Cavities Until Difficulty In Chewing Food?
At noon I was only 20 years old, my teeth had cavities deep enough before I could see the gum underneath and for several days without realizing it was a hollow tooth filled with lumps of flesh that stuck out of nowhere and could not be pulled out or shifted and when I tried to slide it bled instantly and was a bit painful but over time the pain was enough to make it hard for me to chew food. So what’s the solution? Thank you, please answer. Yes, my doctor, I’m afraid there is something to be treated.
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
In the case of cavities, it is necessary to do a physical examination by the dentist in advance to determine the conditions and treatment needed. If it is found that the hole does not reach the pulp chamber (the nerve chamber of the tooth), the dentist may perform patches directly. If the hole involves the pulp chamber, the dentist may recommend treatment of the root canal, then proceed with filling using a filling material, and close with a final restoration using an artificial crown. If cavities are so severe that they can no longer be treated with conservative treatment, the dentist may consider removing the tooth to prevent further complications.
You are advised to check directly with the dentist so that evaluation and treatment is needed. As a suggestion, you are advised to brush your teeth regularly twice a day and use teeth on the side of the jaw that does not experience complaints to chew. If it feels painful, you can use paracetamol at a dose that follows the rules of use listed on the drug packaging.
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