Medication To Deal With Toothache?
So, my mother often experienced toothache. And my mother said it was because of broken teeth and my mother had consumed paracetamol, mefenamic acid and even used the usual methods such as gargling with salt water and lemon water but the pain could not disappear. So how to deal with it? Do you have a toothache because this broken tooth needs special treatment?
Thank you for the question.
A broken tooth can certainly be painful. This pain can feel very great if this fracture causes the roots of the teeth to come open. As is known, at this root there are many nerve fibers that are sensitive to pain.
The condition of your mother should be checked immediately to the nearest dentist. If the tooth fracture is still stored, take the tooth fracture to the doctor. Because, in some cases, as long as they are stored and carried in an appropriate manner, these tooth fractures can be reattached to the remaining teeth that remain in the oral cavity. In the meantime, to help your mother ease pain, you can do it first:
Give your mother only paracetamol before going to the doctor
Compress the outer side of a painful tooth with warm water
Ask your mother to brush her teeth cleaner and more diligently, then clean between her teeth and tongue, and rinse her mouth with warm salt solution so the teeth and mouth are perfectly clean
Let your mother rest a lot
Give him a lot to drink first and food that is easy to swallow, not too hard, sticky, hot, or cold
Hope this helps ...