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What Causes a Swollen Gum Around One Tooth?
What Causes a Swollen Gum Around One Tooth?

The last thing you need to deal with is a swollen gum. However, if your mouth is red or swollen, your gums are most likely the main thing holding you back. If you notice swelling around one tooth, here are a few reasons why: 1. Hygienic issues Typically, a swollen gum around ...

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