How To Deal With Recurring Toothache?
hello, lately I often recurring toothache with cavities, I take the doctor’s prescription medication which is amoxsan and mefinal every day. if you don’t drink it for a day, you will repeat it again. so it’s like dependency. the danger is not if you have this drug dependence? and how is the solution? mksh
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Toothache that you feel and often recur is a medical condition that must be treated not just treated. If your toothache is caused by cavities, it is hoped that the treatment given by your doctor can help reduce pain, inflammation or infection due to the entry of germs on your tooth area. However, after your teeth heal, or improve, you immediately consult your dentist for the treatment of cavities that you experience.
If these cavities are not handled properly, they can lead to a wider risk of tooth decay, healthy teeth will be damaged, swelling of the gums, tooth abscess, or food chewing disorders. If you only focus on medication, this will cause your toothache to recur, and you will continue to consume antibiotics and pain relief, which can also cause adverse side effects, such as allergies, stomach / stomach pain, infections increased fungus, or the body is immune to that antibiotic. Therefore consider further dental care.
Apart from cavities, toothaches can also be caused by:
1. trauma to the teeth
3. Graham tooth impaction
4. inflammation of the tooth root
5. teeth shake
To find out the condition of your dental health at this time, you should consult directly with your dentist so that the doctor can do a direct examination of the teeth and conduct necessary investigations (X-ray examination) to help plan a good treatment for you.
For now, you should avoid smoking when smoking, avoid consuming foods that are too cold or hot or too sweet; and you should immediately brush your teeth after you finish consuming something.
Thus the info we can convey.