How To Overcome Tooth Pain After Patching?
hello, I am 12 years old … I was before fasting, I checked with the dentist because I was aching due to patching and if I patched when I hit my upper teeth, I was finally recommended to use cotton as a patch … the doctor said yesterday, I had half my teeth was dead, but half is still alive, because it aches … I was advised to go back to check teeth after the fasting month, but because of many school events I could not see a doctor for 3 and a half months and passed the examination limit … now the pain was worse again What should I do first? I can’t check now because the BPPs haven’t been paid yet, the headache is really severe and the ears hurt immediately … Thank you before …
Toothache can be caused by cavities so that the pulp in the middle which has blood vessels and nerve fibers becomes irritated or infected. Patients will also feel pain in the cavity area when drinking cold drinks, eating too sweet or sour. Cavities can cause other complaints besides toothaches, namely swelling of the gums around the teeth, bad breath, bad taste from the teeth, and fever.
Cavities with teeth should be treated by a dentist. Usually the doctor will clean the teeth of the remnants of food that has not been cleaned when brushing teeth. In some cases teeth can still be patched but in some other cases doctors recommend pulling out the problematic tooth. If the toothache cannot open the mouth, the pain spreads to the ears, difficulty swallowing, high fever, you should immediately consult a doctor.
To reduce toothache, at home you can rinse with warm saline solution, brush your teeth and clean the remaining teeth that slip with dental floss, take pain medication if necessary. Pain can be reduced a little, but it will never go away as long as your problematic teeth are not treated.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.