This question is accompanied by insufficient information to make any diagnosis. You need to be seen by a dentist immediately to allow a trained professional who is qualified to make a determination as to the cause of your pr
You need to take your daughter to her pediatrician for evaluation and treatment. Your description seems to indicate that this is generalized throughout her mouth--a tooth abscess would be confined to the localized area arou
Yes - she should see a doctor/dentist immediatly - a fairly common infection with fever/swolen gums that affects normaly healthy but streesed out college age kids could be something called ANUG...
Inflamed gums, heart disease linkedby
of your dentist, for a new study has revealed a link between inflamed gums and heart disease.
Scientists... have found that infected gums may be one place. Indeed, proper dental hygiene should reduce the risk of atherosclerosis...
Gum surgery for my daughterby
. The color of the tooth didn't quite match her other teeth, and it had a really fake looking gum at the top that sat on top of her actual gums, so you could see it when she smiled. She is a big smiler...