There are many different ways that inflammation in the jaw can develop. These include, for example, osteomyelitis and ostitis. The causes can include a fracture, which causes the oral cavity to open permanently, and tooth decay.
Inflammation in the corner of the mouth occurs very frequently and is usually harmless. Only in rare cases is an inflamed corner of the mouth caused by a disease. Doesn't the inflammation heal on its own or occurs on a regular basis
Fistulas on the tooth are caused by inflammation - for example due to tooth decay. Often times the cavity is filled with pus. The person feels pain from the pressure. Fistulas should be opened quickly by the doctor.
Chronic periodontitis, also known colloquially as periodontal disease or inflammation of the gums, usually only occurs after the age of 45 and manifests itself in the slow destruction of the periodontium with bleeding gums, tooth loosening and bone loss
A thick cheek is usually a so-called abscess. This describes an encapsulated collection of pus that arises around an inflammation in a newly created cavity. This severe swelling can become severe if left untreated
Inflammation under the tooth crown is caused by small gaps between the tooth and the crown, into which bacteria can invade and thus infect the tooth. This infection manifests itself as pain, tenderness, and swelling
Alveolitis sicca is a wound healing disorder that can occur after a tooth has been extracted. The blood plug, which is normally protective over the wound, has decomposed or has been washed away. As a result, the tooth socket is exposed unprotected
The mouth rot in adults is caused by the herpes virus. It initially manifests itself with unspecific symptoms, such as a general feeling of illness and fatigue. Typical symptoms such as bad breath appear after 1-2 days