Rising Gums

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fldhkybnva

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Hi!

Does anyone know any reasons why gums can rise between the teeth and what are solutions to this?

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HuyetKiem

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hm... too much oral sex I guess. :D :D Mods will close down this thread soon.
 

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Closing. SDN is not an appropriate place to seek dental advice which should only be sought from a licensed dentist.
 

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I said the magic words but this thread is still open!?!?

Hellllooo......is this thing on??? Can anyone hear me in the back???
 

1992Corolla

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Pyogenic granuloma otherwise known as the pregnancy tumor.

I would also google Porphyromonas gingivalis.
 

dheav005

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seizure meds? calcium channel blockers? crack rock?
 

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COuld be brushing too hard
 

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I took this handy-dandy picture of my gums today. According to what I have learned in school this far... This is VERY healthy. If you look like this you are in great shape and I would like to give you two thumbs up on your high quality dental care!

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