... and gums are raw. Every time I eat it burns and is super uncomfortable. What do i do to heal it?
Sounds to me like you have the beginning stages of periodontal disease. Another name for it is periodontitis.
After gingivitis the gum tissue starts to break down and pulls away from your teeth, thus creating pockets where bacteria can now store.
It's best to have Periodontal disease cared for by a Periodontist.
Periodontist's work on getting rid of infected soars, receding gums and they also specialize in dental implants.
Unfortunately, the reason why your gums are sore is do to the late stages of gingivitis.
Your best bet is to make an appointment with your general dentist. The dentist will give you a step-by-step plan on restoring your teeth & gums.
Hopefully, you have caught your gingivitis early and either your dentist or a periodontist can come up with a treatment plan.
Best of luck!
Definitely get to the dentist as soon as you can, when you see them ask about hexachloride mouth wash it helps speed healing and can help with the pain. Avoid acidic foods as well as very hot and cold and spicy food. Go with soft food like mashed potatoes and soup. Hope you get to feeling better soon.
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