Front Upper Toothache?
I want to pull a tooth over the front because it often aches when I say if I may, please response: V
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Pain and tingling in the upper front teeth can be many possible triggers, ranging from caries (cavities), dental abscesses, sensitive teeth, gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), sinusitis (inflammation of the sinus cavities), migraine (throbbing headaches due to neurovascular disorders) in the brain), jaw joint disorders, and so on. The handling of these complaints can differ depending on the cause. If the cause is related to a tooth problem, it may be necessary to extract, fill up, administer the drug, or many other therapeutic modalities. However, if it turns out that the cause is something else, of course the handling can be different.
Our advice, do not rush to pull out teeth, especially if the cause of your complaint has not been identified properly. Tooth extraction itself is not a risk-free action. If done carelessly, tooth extraction can cause bleeding, infection, or other health problems. Not only that, even after tooth extraction, between empty teeth must be filled with dentures so that the structure of the teeth and jaws around them are not disturbed.
Therefore, you should first check your complaints to the dentist so that the best solution can be given .. In order to ache and feel your teeth improve, you can take the medicine for paracetamol, warm compresses on the outer side of the aching teeth, limit food consumption and drinks that are too cold, hot, sticky, and hard, and don't forget to brush your teeth followed by gargling using salt solution.
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