A fixed bridge is usually installed if you have a number of missing or damaged teeth that need to be replaced. The dental restoration contains several false teeth that can be used to fix your smile. A fixed bridge is cemented into place and cannot be removed without the help of a dentist. During the fixed bridge installation process, nearby teeth will be shaved down in order to make room for the restoration. The goal is to place the fixed bridge as close to your gums as possible. Doing this can result in some soreness once the procedure is complete. The soreness will reduce on its own. However, there are a few tips that you can use to soothe your sore gum tissue until this happens.
Rub Your Gums with Chamomile Oil
Chamomile oil is usually used as a calming remedy to treat pain. The oil is frequently massaged onto irritated skin in order to reduce and control inflammation. This can also be done to soothe your irritated gum tissue after your dental bridge is installed. Soak several drops of chamomile oil into a cotton ball and massage the cotton ball into your gums. Try to be as gentle as possible in order to avoid aggravating the area. Hold the cotton ball against your gums for a few minutes, then remove it. Do not drink anything for at least an hour. This will give the chamomile oil enough time to penetrate your gums. Repeat this process in the morning and before bed.
Drink Clove Tea
Cloves contain an incredibly strong and spicy aroma that makes it ideal for cooking. The herb also contains pain relief properties that make it great for use in treating dental pain. A clove tea concoction can help to ease your sore gums within the first few hours after the procedure. In order to create clove tea, fill a pot with water and add a handful of cloves. Set the pot on the stove to boil. Once it boils, lower the heat to low. Allow it to simmer for several minutes, then remove it from the stove. Add a few drops of lime juice and pour it into a cup. Wait for the clove tea to cool, then drink it. Drink the tea throughout the day in order to get some immediate relief.
Dealing with sore and irritated gums after you get your fixed dental bridge can be a pain. Therefore, use these tips to help get rid of the pain as quickly as possible.Share
16 September 2016
Being born with naturally soft teeth, I've spent a lot of time in and out of the dentist's office. Not only have I learned a lot about basic dental care, I've also discovered many tips for dealing with broken teeth, extractions, implants, and more. I decided that I wanted to make the most of my experience by sharing what I've learned with others. True first-hand experience is a great teacher, and I knew that my story could help. I created this site to do just that, and I hope that the information here helps you to understand what to expect from your dental problems.