Bleeding Accompanied By Pain That Does Not Go Away In Cavities?
I want to ask, my teeth have been sick for 2 days because of holes, I have been drinking fenamat acid but it has subsided for only a few hours, I have also replaced it with toothpaste for sensitive teeth … but why does it bleed but blood does not smell delicious not usually bloody a broken tooth … is that blood supposed to be shed? And to compress the outside of the correct use warm or cold compresses huh?
Thank you for the question.
Toothache due to cavity usually indicates a hole that is deep enough and reaches the tooth root. Hole in the teeth that are deep enough this often causes blood vessels to break easily when experiencing mechanical injury, for example when you brush your teeth too hard, until there is bleeding. Not only that, bleeding from your teeth can also occur due to pulp polyps. Meanwhile, the unpleasant odor of your cavities is likely to indicate an infection.
Your condition should be checked directly to the nearest dentist. Depending on the condition, the doctor may later give you some medicine, take care of the root canal, patch or may also pull out the problematic tooth. Without this treatment, your complaint might improve, but it can continue to recur at a later date.
So that your complaints improve, what can be done now:
Gargle with salt solution Brush your teeth morning and evening with fluoride toothpaste, but don't brush too hard Clean between teeth and tongue with special dental floss and tongue cleaner Don't smoke Don't eat food that is too hard, sticky, and hot For toothache reduced, safer if you take the drug paracetamol first