I am having a gum swelling in backside of my front tooth. I am not able to bite anything with that tooth. I can't get the same tooth power while biting with which I earlier used to bite. And my teeth are crooked. I feel like I am having a slight movement. The movement is not noticeable from outside. Doctor, why this happens? Is this any disease? What will I do now?
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Gum swelling might be due to trauma on that tooth. Or at times due to traumatic bite. Kindly visit dentist to understand the clinical situation you will be advised treatment /medications as per situation.
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