Dental Fillings Turn Nerves Out Like A Gas?
In the afternoon, I finished the dental treatment to turn off the nerves to the second. But why after patching how come it feels from the teeth being patched it sometimes feels like gas, huh? Could you please explain? Thank you
Hello Wulan, thank you for consulting us at HealthReplies.com.
Damaged teeth so that their roots can be exposed to external conditions in the mouth it can cause pain sessation, so if the condition of damaged teeth can be affected in the middle of the tooth that contains blood vessels and nerves, proper treatment needs to be done. In the treatment of tooth root canals, it will be treated in the pulp cavity and tooth nerves that are removed then cleaned and closed again to prevent re-infection.
The emergence of an uncomfortable feeling or sensation as you feel now can be caused by patches that are not perfect so that the patch will be loose. The reason could be due to chewing food that is too hard so it affects the dental fillings. You should consult your dentist again to check the patches on your teeth, is it still safe or not. Because if it is loose then the gap can be a source of entry of bacteria through the remnants of food attached to the teeth. Always keep your mouth and teeth clean well by brushing your teeth 2 times a day, and if necessary, you can add mouthwash after you brush your teeth so that dirt between the edges can be cleaned perfectly. So that we can convey, hopefully useful.