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Gingivitis is a common condition consisting of inflammation of the gums of your mouth. The main symptom is swollen, discolored, bleeding gums. It is prevented and treated by good oral hygiene, and if untreated, it can progress to periodontitis.
That painful toothache is often a sign of decay caused by a buildup of bacteria in the mouth. Learn about the infectious, mechanical toothache causes & remedies.
A dental cavity is a common dental problem that signifies an infection of the tooth and loss of tooth mass. Symptoms include a toothache, pain in your mouth, and a tooth cracking or changing color. The best way to prevent a cavity is to practice good oral hygiene.
Are you feeling pain in your molar teeth? Molar pain can be associated with other inconvenient symptoms, such as pain with exposure to hot or cold or when biting down, gum swelling, bad breath, and more. Molar tooth pain causes range from tooth abnormalities, such as cavities, to gum disease and infection. Read below to learn more about molar pain and when to talk to your doctor.