Causes Of Tooth Pain When Eating?
noon …. r nwant to ask. r n why do the upper and lower teeth of the left side every time I eat my teeth hurt (drought / ache) unless eating crackers doesn’t hurt .. r n how do I get rid of the taste that hurts?
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Not only hard foods can trigger tooth pain. It could also be that tooth pain is caused by eating foods that are too hot (for example hot rice), too cold, or too acidic. This tooth pain can arise due to many reasons, for example:
Tooth abscess (pus-filled sac that forms inside the tooth or gum)
Gum recession (gum erosion, usually associated with injury or brushing too hard)
Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums)
Periodontitis (inflammation of the gums, jawbone, and other tissue that supports teeth)
Sinusitis (inflammation of the sinus cavity)
Jaw joint disorders, and so on
You can overcome mild pain and clearly trigger it with the following steps:
Avoid consuming foods or drinks that are too hot, too cold, too strong, or are acidic
Apply warm water to the side of the cheek where the tooth hurts
Take paracetamol to reduce pain
Brush your teeth regularly, followed by gargling with a salt solution
If there are cavities in the teeth, consult a dentist directly
However, if the complaint does not improve with the first few steps mentioned above, we recommend that you have your condition checked directly to the nearest dentist. As to what treatment will be carried out later depends on the cause of your tooth pain, it can be limited to administering medication, tooth extraction or filling, and so on.
Hope it helps ..