Dental Molars With Pain?
At night, I want to ask my molars cavities until the middle is used up for the edges, but they often break and the gums are protruding until it hurts, what should I do about it, do I have to pull it out?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of cavities that you experience, can be caused by various things, including:
Eat foods or drinks that are sweet and sour
Poor oral hygiene
Do not brush your teeth before going to sleep
Routine use of medicines
Do not use toothpaste that contains fluoride
Stomach acid disease
Suffers from eating disorders
As for the handling, the handling of cavities varies, depending on the severity. Can be sufficiently coated with fluoride, can be filled with filling with certain substances, can be treated with root canals, and only if it is really severe and can not be handled by other means, tooth extraction is done.
So in your case, it is important for you to immediately check your teeth with the dentist to be assessed, whether the condition now really needs to be revoked immediately, or can use other methods first. Handling will depend on the inspection.
Meanwhile, to relieve pain you can gargle with warm salt water, apply clove oil to the painful teeth, cold compress the sides of the cheeks, and take over-the-counter pain and anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the rules of use listed. Do not handle your teeth with a dental specialist, because it has the potential to cause more severe conditions, reduce consumption of sweet and sour foods and drinks, and keep your oral cavity clean by brushing your teeth twice a day with the help of mouthwash and dental floss. So, hopefully answering your question.