How To Deal With Pain After Cleaning Tartar?
At noon, I want to ask about my teeth. Yesterday I cleaned tartar on Tuesday because my graham tooth ached pain before cleaning my tartar. When cleaning the tartar the doctor said that my teeth were rocking a lot. After cleaning my tartar it still hurt but a little less pain .. this morning I feel sick again and I think it can get better but the pain does not go away until I feel stiff in the cheek area to the right side of the neck … after I saw using a flashlight it turned out that my aching teeth went up even in the previous position. . how do I get rid of the pain and my teeth can return to their correct position
Hello Rindhi! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
In our mouth, there are bacteria that can mix with protein and food waste to form a sticky layer called dental plaque. Dental plaque lines the teeth, under the gum line, and various fillings or tools that dentists place on a person's teeth. This plaque can damage the lining of the teeth which leads to cavities. If plaque is cleaned regularly, tooth and gum damage can be avoided. If not cleaned properly, plaque will eventually form tartar. Tartar can damage the gums, so it must be removed using a special tool by a dentist.
If tartar is left untreated, gum disorders can occur where the gaps between the teeth and gums are infected by bacteria. The infection certainly makes our immune system react to eliminate the infection. Resistance of the immune system can damage the surrounding bones and tissues that maintain the position of the teeth, so that the teeth become loose or even fall out. It is best if you return to visit your dentist. The dentist will re-evaluate your teeth to determine the best course of action that can be done. The pain will go away if the problem with the teeth can be resolved. Whether or not the tooth will return to its position depends on the extent of the damage. Discuss this with your dentist. Keep your teeth clean by brushing your teeth with toothpaste at least 2 times a day and using dental floss to prevent plaque formation.
That is the explanation from me. I hope this helps.