Gum swelling and pain caused by heat can be treated by adjusting diet, paying attention to oral hygiene, and taking medication.
Patients with swollen and painful gums should not eat spicy foods, pay attention to a light diet, and eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, such as pears, apples, and bananas. At the same time pay attention to water intake and drink plenty of boiled water. Keep your mouth clean and hygienic, develop good habits of brushing your teeth in the morning and evening, and gargle after meals to prevent the growth of bacteria. Patients with severe symptoms can consider taking medication for treatment. Clinically, most of the drugs for treating gum swelling and pain are mainly to clear away heat and detoxify, and reduce fire and swelling. It is recommended that patients choose symptomatic drug treatment under the guidance of a physician.
In addition, short temper, easy to get angry can also cause toothache, so patients should maintain a good attitude. Don't eat hard food, eat less sour, cold, or hot food.