Can Diclofenac Sodium Be Used To Treat Toothache?
Tonight DokI want to ask, is the drug diclofenac sodium able to treat toothache? Please inform. thank you
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Diclofenac sodium or diclofenac sodium is a type of anti-inflammatory drug that can be used to reduce pain. A person with a toothache needs to be examined by a dentist to find out what problems with the person's teeth and mouth to be treated properly. Taking sodium diclofenac alone will only reduce the pain that is felt, but it will not solve the problem in the patient. Problems with the teeth and mouth that cause toothache may continue and get worse, but the pain that is felt is not there because of taking the painkillers. In addition, this drug is also not a drug that can be consumed for a long time because it can cause side effects, especially on the stomach. If you have a toothache, you should immediately see a dentist for proper examination and treatment.
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