How To Deal With Teeth That Feel Fussy?
shalom I want to ask … how come my teeth are still senate … even though I have been drinking sodium diclofenate … it has disappeared a little more … I have tried to gargle salt water.
Hello Axel Alexander,
Toothache that disappears despite taking pain medication indicates a problem from the teeth or gums that have not been treated. Toothache can occur if the nerves under the tooth or around the tooth become irritated. Cavities, tooth infections / gums, missing teeth, often cause these complaints. Toothache symptoms include:
Cenut cenut feeling that can spread to the jaw, ears, or head Teeth feel aching when drinking cold or too hot Swollen gums and redness Bleeding gums bleeding or secreting fluid such as pus Bad breath When you take pain relievers and rinse does not also eliminate pain teeth, that means it's time you go to the dentist. The dentist will see problems in the teeth that might cause toothache. If there is a hole, it will be cleaned and patched, dental root treatment, and so on. In addition you may be given antibiotics and other medicines to reduce pain.
Prevention of toothache can be done by brushing your teeth at least 2 times a day (including before going to bed at night), using dental floss to take the leftovers that slip in the teeth, reduce drinks or sweets, avoid smoking, consume enough water every day. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.