Overcoming Cavities That Rot To Grow Meat?
Hello, My tooth condition, one tooth under the left and right cavities has been eleven years and there is always a sense of pain that disappears when I chew food, and now my second molars are cavities and broken and turn brown and overgrown with meat on them, both also it doesn’t shake and feels a little ache grham knan but there is no annoying pain so I can eat deliciously now😄 r nSo what should I do, please answer yes😣😣 r n r nThank you doctor, for his attention
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Toothache is a condition that can occur due to various things, including tooth decay, gum shrinkage, cracked teeth, loose fillings, pus buildup, gum ulcers and teething.
In your case, pain in the teeth is not the only problem that can arise in cavities. Untreated cavities can cause buildup of food scraps, which then become plaque, damage the roots of the teeth, and make festering. This buildup of pus can then damage the nearest nerve, damage the bone in more severe conditions, and can even rise until an infection occurs in the sinus cavity located behind the cheekbones. Although maybe after years you have never felt a complaint, there is no guarantee you will not feel it in the future.
In addition, this may not be the information that is common in ordinary people, but oral health can be related to cardiovascular health. Bacteria found in gum disease are also found in hardened blood vessels. So one way to take care of your heart is also to maintain healthy teeth and mouth.
So our advice, even though there may not be any interference you feel now, still check your teeth with the dentist to find out his current condition. Your dentist will let you know if in fact the condition is still safe and does not need immediate treatment. If it turns out according to him must be revoked too, if you as a patient is not acceptable, you have the right to refuse. Importantly, you already know the condition of your teeth now, how severe, and what can happen if no action is taken, for consideration.
Meanwhile, keep your teeth and mouth healthy by regularly brushing your teeth twice a day using fluoride-based toothpaste, also wear dental floss and mouthwash, and don't smoke, and consume foods or drinks that are too hot or too cold if it causes pain . So, hopefully answering your question.