Handling Tooth Decay Or Cavities?
Hello, I am Yani, 23 years old. I have gone back and forth almost 6 times to the dentist, initially I wanted to patch up my teeth but he said this is the cause of tooth nerve so I have to do the treatment to turn off the tooth nerve, the time of death process of tooth nerve pain is incredible and lasts days later when the tooth nerve lifted also hurts, but not immediately fixed permanently, but the toothache does not go away until finally I decide to pull out my teeth. There are many drugs that I take, antibiotics and pain relievers but still does not heal well. time I injected it seems (I forgot to count) it still doesn’t work just partially anesthetized and the position of my teeth has been gouged out with the tools. And finally I was asked to another doctor to pull my teeth, but just given a prescription again and the new Monday was revoked. the pain is extraordinary, like being slashed and numbing. Approximately the effect on the congkel was whether dangerous or not if waiting for weeks the front? Because I can’t stand it it’s been like this for so long and why my teeth keep hurting even though I’ve taken medicine, it has been given medicine directly on the teeth by the doctor. Thank you
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Handling of tooth decay or cavities can vary in each case, but if the damage has reached the root or nerve of the tooth, generally it will cause considerable pain and disturbing, therefore treatment can be done root canal teeth and care for tooth nerve. However, if the damage is too massive, generally the doctor will recommend to have a tooth extracted, to eliminate pain and overcome the problem of the damaged tooth. But it certainly must be done carefully and thoroughly because it involves innervation of teeth.
Also need to know the current condition of your teeth, it is necessary to do a history and direct examination to determine the danger or not related to your question. However, if the pain is so severe or you are worried you should immediately consult a dentist or an oral surgeon in accordance with the advice of the doctor who previously treated you.
In the meantime, to help relieve the pain that you feel, keep consuming the medicine that has been given by your doctor, do a cold compress on the cheek on the side that is experiencing pain, while maintaining oral and dental hygiene.
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