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Small swelling in the right underside of the jaw. Happened after vigorously brushing the teeth. At present no pain, but swelling persists. How to get rid of the swelling?

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Small swelling in the right underside of the jaw. Happene...
Rinse with warm salt water four five times a day.
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do warm saline gargles 3 4 times a day for 3 days .
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Small swelling in the right underside of the jaw. Happene...
Vigorous brushing first of all causes many problems like attrition, and is injurious to the gums as well. So please use a soft or medium tooth brush (as per dentists advice) without using much force, brush in vertical and horizontal directions. And all surfaces of the teeth should be brushed. If you use more force it does not mean your teeth will get cleaner. About the swelling, it must be seen by a dentist so that he can detect the exact cause.
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