Causes Of Toothache After A Fever?
good afternoon, I want to ask why my teeth hurt after catching a fever? Is that the samling effect, or do I need to check again?
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Toothache can occur due to many factors, such as caries (cavities), tooth abscess (formation of pus-filled sacs in teeth due to infection), gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), tooth impaction (teeth that are difficult to surface due to buried deep under the gum structure or jawbone), and so on. Several other conditions besides problems with the teeth can also cause tooth pain, for example rhinosinusitis, jaw joint disorders, ear infections, migraines, and so on.
Some of the causes of toothache above can cause inflammatory reactions that cause fever. The fever can occur precedes tooth pain, or it can also occur together even afterwards. So, it's not quite right if you call toothache a side effect of fever.
Our advice, you first overcome your toothache with the following efforts:
Take paracetamol medicine
Compress the outer side of a painful tooth with warm water
Brush your teeth more diligently and rinse with salt solution
Don't consume foods and drinks that are too cold, too hot, sticky, and hard, especially on the side of a tooth that is sick
If a toothache that appears feels very annoying, especially accompanied by cavities, swollen gums, headaches, and fever that do not improve in 3 days, we recommend that you go to see your dentist directly to the dentist so that further treatment is given yes ..
I hope this helps.