How To Deal With Pain In Cavities And Swollen Gums?
So this way I am a rather obese man aged 31 years. My teeth have molars below, like a crater in a mountain, then shake and shake. There swollen gums to cover the molars earlier. Pain + pain while chewing food. Every day I keep rocking so that the date, but the gums even getting bigger / wider. The reason the doctor is unclear. Then the doctor only gave me the same cataflam tablet every day after brushing his teeth so that he would shake it to make it fast enough to date the teeth. Regarding the cataflam tablet, I think it is of no use, the pain only disappears for a few minutes, but if the effect is gone, the pain adds 2x. I brush my teeth using an electric toothbrush, what danger is that? Before a toothache, I smoked an electric cigarette but without nicotine but not too often. Is it bad,? Sorry, the writing is too long to be like a vent … So how do I deal with my teeth, Doctor?
Hello, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com
First of all, I want to confirm in advance, did you go to the dentist or dentist?
Basically, cavities must be patched immediately, or if they cannot be patched again, the tooth must be removed. When the gums are very swollen and there are signs of infection in the gums, dental treatment (including tooth extraction) may not be done immediately, but the swelling and infection must be treated first with medications such as anti-inflammatory drugs and antibiotics.
You should try to consult your teeth back to the dentist. Go to a dentist who has received official education and training to deal with dental problems, don't go to a dental technician. For now, there are several things you can do:
Try to rinse with salt water several times a day to help reduce the swelling of your gums. Keep your teeth and mouth clean by brushing your teeth at least twice a day, you may use an electric toothbrush, but when you want to clean teeth around the swollen gum area make sure you clean it more carefully Avoid chewing food on the sides of teeth and diseased gums You should not shake your teeth because it can actually cause more inflammation on your gums (wiggling your teeth will most likely also not make your teeth free itself because the roots of the permanent teeth are embedded very deeply into the jaw bone) You can compress your cheeks on the affected gum to help reduce the pain as well So, you need to read the article Give Kut this is about the dangers of electric cigarettes. The use of electric cigarettes is very highly not recommended from a medical perspective.
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