Cause The Right Mouth Is Difficult To Open?
Good morning, I want to ask that my right mouth is often difficult to open after waking up. But sometimes it heals on its own. Sometimes when I’m on the move my mouth is hard to open again. Does it have something to do with my cavities and fillings, but the filling has eroded and my eating habit of chewing in my left mouth? Answer please. Because this is very annoying. And how is it handled?
Hello sister Siti,
Complaints in the right mouth that are difficult to open may be caused by conditions such as: Temporomandibular joint disorder or jaw joint disorders to jaw muscle disorders, neurological disorders to Bells palsy symptoms, gingivitis or gingivitis to salivary gland infections.
If this situation often occurs and bothers you, consult your doctor, you can go to the dentist for dental examinations and dental work, to check with a neurologist. Examinations that can be done such as jaw x-rays and blood tests if necessary. Medications can be given such as anti-inflammatory if needed, neuronal vitamins, antibiotics if there is infection and cleaning of tooth fillings.
Keep your teeth and mouth clean by regularly brushing your teeth and using fluoride toothpaste, using regular mouthwash. Routine, namely after eating and before bed. Avoid sugary foods. Avoid picking cavities. hopefully useful
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