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I just did a root canal treatment for my front tooth couple days ago, and now having a bump on the gum. Not really painful but a bit swelling. What is it? Is that normal? Will that disappear within a couple of days?

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I just did a root canal treatment for my front tooth coup...
Its pus coming out from that bump, go to the dentist and tell your problem. May be antibiotics have to use or dentist can remove that sinus track depending on that condition.
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I just did a root canal treatment for my front tooth coup...
no there is still some Infection left.u have to get reopen d root canal
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I just did a root canal treatment for my front tooth coup...
It may be normal. If it doesn't subside within few days then you have to revisit the dentist again.
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I just did a root canal treatment for my front tooth coup...
No its normal its the sign of reinfection. Take some antibiotics and serratiopeptidase for 3-5 days. And if its persist then visit your dentist for Re RCT.
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I just did a root canal treatment for my front tooth coup...
Take Below treatment Kreos 3c 4tims Chamo200 once a day for 4days Cal phos 12c 3tims day for 10days
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I just did a root canal treatment for my front tooth coup...
Hello, Yes it is normal and the swelling shall subdued in few days. Try doing cold water rinses to reduce the swelling.
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I just did a root canal treatment for my front tooth coup...
It is not normal. May be root canal is failure. .and you have pus in teeth which you can see as a bump on gums. Kindly go to dentist and have xray done.
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