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holly231

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My gums are swollen, should I be using hot compresses or cold ice to get it to go down? And, directly on he gums, or on my face?
 
 
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AndreaLMT

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When things are swollen & inflammed, ice is usually indicated.
As for directly on the gums or not, that I'm not sure.
Feel Better!
 
 

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lilmrs

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Have you tried to gargle with warm salt water?
 
 
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LaurenluvsTJ

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Cold is usually used for swelling. Heat will make it more inflammed. Try holding a cold compress on your cheek, it would be kind of difficult to apply directly on your gums.
 
 
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