Gum Pain


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Hello, about 5 days ago I developed a mild pain in my upper gums. It is located in a specific spot right between two molars on my upper left side. It hurts when I press on the spot and there is also pain in the tooth. I get pain while eating, but there pain goes away. It isn't very painful, but more of an annoyance than anything. If I don't eat or press on the gums/tooth there is very minimal pain. There is no swelling or redness. What could this be?
 
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honestdoc

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We cannot diagnose off of your information. We need x-rays to see if there are cavities, bone damage, bone lesions. We need to see inside your mouth to see anatomic details. We cannot guess randomly with your information.
 

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