How To Deal With Pain After Root Tooth Care?
Hello, r nDok my tooth has a cavity and there is an infection in my tooth cavity then I did root treatment and did a temporary filling. R nBut why does it hurt at night just like I haven’t done root treatment and it becomes difficult sleeping because of the extra pain even though I had taken painkillers but it didn’t work. What should I do? Because at night my pain is 2x as much. R nThank you
Hello Irma, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
Root canal treatment, also known as root canal treat, is a small surgical procedure performed when the infection that causes the decay has killed the tooth, the dentist will remove the infected pulp and nerve fibers from the center of the tooth and fill the pulp cavity, this action is to prevent infection in the tooth. the pulp further spreads to the other pulp. The goal is to preserve rotten teeth, not to bring them back to life. In general, root canal treatment does not cause pain, it actually reduces pain. because at the time of the action performed anesthesia. If during the root treatment procedure, you experience pain, possibly caused by:
Inflammation of the surrounding area due to the process of action. The healing process of damaged nerves. Infection at the end of the tooth root. If pain relief is not able to relieve pain, and your cheeks are swollen, you should check with your dentist again, so that you can determine the cause.
Some of the things you can do are:
Avoid cold drinks and sweet foods. Brush your teeth slowly. Take medication regularly. Regular control. Avoid stress or anxiety. Thank you, hope it is useful. dr, Nurmarwiyah