Handling Of Toothache Due To Cavities?
Excuse me, good night I am 24 years old. I often experience toothache in the molars. Well, suppose I ask for a good solution, how to handle it, is it okay to pull out the teeth or just patch it … thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. Pain in molars can occur due to several possibilities, including:
Teeth that grow grow pressing against other teeth
Infection or inflammation of the root canal
So for handling, will depend on which of the above possibilities that best represent your condition. For example if it turns out the pain because the molars grow to press another tooth, the way to overcome it is between using brace, or pulling teeth. However, if due to cavities, it will be tried to be patched before being pulled. Therefore to be sure, check yourself with the dentist so that you can be more clear about the treatment plan. Because for example we say we need to revoke, the one who revokes it must be a dentist, and may not be a dental expert or a dental artisan, and certainly will be preceded by an examination first.
Meanwhile, to help reduce pain, you can compress cold areas of pain, apply clove oil, gargle with warm salt water, take pain relievers and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.