Can Extract Teeth To Eliminate Pain In Tooth Fillings?
my lower right tooth, the molars next to my canines, was very painful when exposed to water, even though the water was at room temperature. Previously the teeth were perforated and patched. eliminating the pain and giving a little more room for other teeth because my jaw is narrow, my lower teeth are piled up in a mess and rheumatic like shifting forward.
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Basically, cavities, especially if the hole is very deep until it reaches the pulp teeth, teeth will indeed be more painful or become more sensitive. If the filling of new teeth is done (less than a week), the feeling of pain that you feel is still quite normal. You can wait in advance and pay attention to the next few days whether the pain still occurs or not. If after passing a week your teeth still continue to feel ache or if you have patched your teeth long enough but the pain still continues to be felt, you should do control to your dentist again to improve your fillings. Maybe you will need a root canal cleaning therapy to help relieve the pain in your teeth.
Regarding tooth extraction, dentists usually will not recommend a tooth extraction as long as the tooth can still be retained (meaning if the hole is still patched). Extraction of new teeth will be recommended if there is a strong indication (for example if your teeth are already very fragile and damaged so that they cannot hold any more fillings), or if tooth extraction is needed when mounting stirrups. It is recommended that you discuss again with your dentist the possibility of tooth extraction for the purpose of making room for your other teeth to retreat. If indeed you feel your teeth are too forward, the doctor will probably suggest doing stirrup or if the condition of the progress of your teeth is not too extreme, the use of a retainer is sometimes enough to improve the appearance of your teeth.
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