Management Of Pain During Tooth Impaction?
Mm, I have been out of school since I was in elementary school because of a toothache, now I am 27 years old, but it grows a little, but now it hurts a lot, how do you treat it … because I can treat it hard for my teeth to grow but intact, like gi2 stuck u0026nbsp; u003cspan style = “font-size: 16px; ” u003eThe left rear tooth, u0026nbsp; u003c / span u003e u003cspan style = “font-size: 16px; ” u003eYg, I experienced this impacted by molars, teeth that are growing imperfectly, and which are very painful, have been treated with medication and the pain is gone u003c / span u003e
Hello Nurul Khopipah,
Impacted teeth are teeth that cannot grow completely on the gums. Teeth that can come out partially, incline to support the front teeth, or grow on the inside / outside of the gum. Impaction of teeth occurs due to the greater number of teeth, the small size of the jaw, the abnormal "seed" position of the teeth, and other unknown causes.
Symptoms of dental impaction that may appear are:
Swollen gums and pain Difficult to open mouth Bad breath Bad breath Pain when chewing food The teeth most often impacted are molars number three (wisdom tooth) and upper canines (which people often refer to as gingsul). Impacted teeth will be difficult to clean, making it easier to form holes.
Handling that can be done for impacted teeth varies in each person depending on the examination. Pain management can use over-the-counter pain relievers or other higher medications for more severe pain. To reduce discomfort in the mouth, you can gargle with warm salt solution. Tooth extraction is needed to remove impacted teeth or in the case of children 's teeth, milk teeth are removed to then be paired with braces so the teeth can achieve good alignment. Please consult further with the dentist to determine the appropriate treatment for the condition of your teeth.
Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.