How To Handle Cavities After Patching?
I am 20 years old. Skitar 3th then my lower right rear tooth in the patch due to holes, and now the patch is gone. A few days back, I felt the pain in my teeth which was used on the patch until it hurt to my neck, head and around my ears and even my right cheek was rather large. I most take paracetamol to ease the pain … Well, should the tooth be patched again or pulled out?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Cavities can occur due to various causes, including lack of proper oral hygiene by routinely brushing teeth, consuming too much sour and sweet food, poorly arranged teeth so that many gaps are formed to attach food scraps, and infections .
As for patches that are loose, this can occur because of biting food that is too hard, or has spread tooth decay so that his teeth do not have any more resistance to stick. In this regard, we recommend that you go back to the dentist for a repeat examination, preferably to the same dentist. Because if you go to the same dentist, there should be a note to compare the condition of your teeth now with the condition of your teeth first. If it is worse and is difficult to repair, tooth extraction may be the only option. But if it turns out it can still be patched, it will be patched. In essence, determining what action you should take is the job of the dentist. You just have to check yourself.
In the meantime, avoid consuming sweet and sour foods, compress swollen cheeks or pain with cold compresses, take over-the-counter painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the rules of use listed, and have a check-up immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.