Lower Teeth Cavities And Aches To The Upper Teeth?
my lower teeth have cavities … but it hurts to reach my upper teeth, in the case of no holes, what causes it?
Thank you for the question.
Cavities can indeed trigger pain that is not only limited around cavities, but can also spread to the surrounding tooth area. Sometimes, the holes in the teeth are also small enough that they are not easily visible. In addition to cavities, pain in the upper teeth as you experience them may also be caused by dental abscesses, gum recession, pulpitis, dental impaction, gingivitis, jaw joint disorders, sinusitis, and so on.
If the pain really feels very disturbing, you should immediately check yourself to the nearest dentist, yes. If indeed your cavities are the originator of the main pain, then the doctor can patch or pull out the teeth according to the severity of the hole. But if it turns out there are other triggers of pain suspected, then the doctor may also direct you to undergo an x-ray examination or other supporting tests before giving you the best treatment.
At this time, you can first overcome the pain that arises by taking paracetamol while compressing the outside of the painful area with warm water. Be more diligent in brushing your teeth, then rinse with salt solution. Do not forget, first limit the habit of consuming foods and drinks that are too cold, too hot, too hard, and also sticky.
Hope this helps ...