Dental Fillings Hurt After Scaling.?
I want to ask. A week ago, I was scaling teeth to clean coral. A few days after, I ate durian. Then my molars ached. Patching age is around 8 years. Previously there were no complaints. Is my dental fillings really a problem, but only discovered after the teeth have been cleaned?
Thank you for the question.
Cavities, after being patched, must still be treated properly, including by regularly brushing teeth, cleaning between teeth, cleaning the tongue, gargling with antiseptic mouthwash, and regularly going to the dentist regularly every 6 months (such as every 6 months) to clean tartar). If this is not done optimally, it is not impossible that the patches on the teeth will come back, and there will be pain. So, it is not always because of the process of scaling his teeth that causes pain.
Aside from loose tooth fillings, you can also experience tooth pain due to other triggers, such as pulpitis, gum recession, tooth abscess, sensitive teeth, gingivitis, jaw joint disorders, sinusitis, nerve disorders, and so on.
Try to take the medicine for paracetamol while you rinse it with warm salt solution. At the same time, limit the consumption of foods that are too cold, hard, sticky, and hot. If with this effort the pain in your teeth still continues, immediately check with your nearest dentist huh ..
I hope this helps.