Can Ya Teeth Cause Fever In Children?
Hello .. My daughter is 5 years and 2 months old. History: Children used to suckle with bottle pacifiers at night while sleeping, and eating like sticks usually can take up to 1 hour to eat- Children often have cavities and caries, their teeth have been patched but always broken again, even though brushing is done 3 times a day (morning, evening and night before going to sleep) so that all teeth / caries are severe and the results of seeing a pediatric dentist, their milk teeth can not be removed and wait for the date by themselves. Only 2 teeth graham still normal. – currently there are no damaged teeth, but 3 new teeth have grown on the top and come out of the gums. – after seeing a pediatrician for fever, the diagnosis was swollen gums so that I was given aloclair plus gel. – After I gave the gel for 2 days, and paracetamol to reduce pain and reduce fever, to this day my child is still fever (38) and complained gum pain and growing teeth Question: 1. Is the growth of teeth (not in place) can cause fever (38 – 39.5 centigrade) for several days? 2. Does the permanent tooth of the tooth need to be removed, or is the milk tooth that is blocking it that needs to be removed? 3. Should it be checked by a pediatric dentist or check the lab for blood tests given the fever has been 3 days? Please advise and information handling is best done. Thank you very much for your help ..
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Gingsul teeth do not cause fever. because teeth are included as one type of dental malocclusion. Malocclusion is a condition when the teeth do not grow in the correct and parallel places. not because of infection so it does not cause fever. the reason is that the tooth cannot grow where it should be due to the condition of the small jaw or the size of the tooth that is too big, it can also occur because the place where the teeth grow is too narrow, so the teeth cannot be moved away from where they should be. besides that, also because of hereditary teeth factors. if from the appearance of bark teeth depend on each individual. however, if you want to follow medical advice, teeth that don't grow where they need to be treated. because if left unchecked, this condition can trigger various problems such as mengahmbat tooth growth, meaningful activity disrupted appears discomfort when chewing, tooth decay due to its position makes it difficult to clean.
whereas fever is caused by an infection where here you explain that your child's gums are swollen. so the fever is caused due to the swollen gums. swollen gums are caused by several things such as infection. This inflammation is triggered by a buildup of plaque so that it gradually forms tartar as a medium for bacterial proliferation. separating the gum tissue from the teeth, causing them to fall out easily. These bacteria will infect even more so that it damages the tissues and bones in the gums.
You should come back to your child's dentist because the fever does not go down as well, so your doctor can do a direct examination assessing your child's teeth or suggest other examinations such as blood checks or tooth loss if needed. so that the doctor can provide appropriate treatment according to the cause whether antibiotic treatment is recommended or the need for surgery should you immediately consult your child's dentist.
There are several things you can do at home before seeing a doctor
warm compresses forehead and between your child's armpits to reduce fever, brush your child's teeth after every meal or 2 times a day add extra fruits and vegetables to the food to ensure your child has a balanced nutrition. Thus the info we can provide
hopefully can help you
get well soon for the younger brother