Fever Until Chills After Tooth Extraction?
Hello. After I pull out my teeth I have chills and fever, is that one of the effects of tooth extraction? And again the extracted tooth is fragile, so when it is broken the tooth is broken and there is still 1/3 of the tooth left, the drg offers to have the tooth taken or allow the tooth to grow. Which one is better?
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Tooth extraction is usually an action taken to overcome a tooth that has been badly damaged so that it is no longer possible to maintain. It can also be done by pulling teeth on an infected tooth so that the infection is feared to spread to other areas around it, impacted teeth, overcrowded teeth, and many other cases.
With proper handling, tooth extraction often does not cause dangerous complications. The fever and chills that you experience can be a normal condition due to inflammation in the former tooth extraction area. This condition will usually improve with the consumption of drugs after tooth extraction regularly accompanied by appropriate self-care measures. In addition to its post-tooth effects, it can also be a fever and chills that you experience due to exposure to extreme extreme temperatures, viral or bacterial infections, immune disorders, anemia, thyroid gland disorders, hormonal fluctuations, and many other factors.
You can do the following tips first so that complaints improve:
Take medication after tooth extraction according to doctor's advice
Drink plenty of warm water
Don't suck, smell, or gargle too hard
Eat foods that are soft, easy to swallow, not too hot, and not too cold
Diligent toothbrush with soft bristled toothbrush
Do not carelessly consume other drugs without a doctor's prescription
Brittle teeth do often complicate the extraction process, because not all teeth can be pulled out in one time. However, what is the best treatment for this condition, certainly can not be determined without checking the condition of your teeth and mouth. Therefore, it is more appropriate if you directly consult the best treatment steps for your condition at the nearest dentist.
I hope this helps.