Extraction Of Diseased And Molar Teeth?
Hello my name is Niken, originally my graham teeth did not have cavities because I was lazy to brush my teeth before going to sleep my teeth were cavities and getting bigger, and when I was eating something rather hard my tooth suddenly broke apart, and since then my teeth often hurt, but strangely my toothache if I starve, sit in front of the fan directly, there is food scraps stuck and not quickly cleaned then it will hurt, so now I am diligent in brushing my teeth, according to the doctor how can it be if my teeth are patched? Or should it just be pulled out? Please answer yes, thank you.
Hi Niken, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com
Teeth are small organs in the oral cavity that have large functions. The function of teeth is to chew food, articulation and aesthetics. For this reason, it is necessary to maintain cleanliness. Teeth cleaned twice a day, ie after breakfast and before bed. Teeth that are not cleaned, will cause germs found in the oral cavity to break down the remaining food attached to the teeth, thus forming plaque. Plaque that forms will erode tooth enamel so that cavities.
Dentists can patch cavities. However, if it affects the root of the tooth (which is marked by pain), root treatment needs to be done before patching, this does take longer. If the condition of the teeth cannot be maintained, such as cavities have broken so that the remaining teeth are few, this can cause dental filling cannot be made, so the next choice is tooth extraction. In addition, tooth extraction is also an option, if it fails in undergoing dental root treatment.
You should immediately consult a dentist. The doctor will conduct an examination and submit treatment options that you can live.
Thus hopefully useful.