Overcoming Cavity Pain In Children Who Do Not Heal?
MLM wants Tya sya I have a 7 year old child his gum teeth are already in a bad or bored “already 2 This week my child likes toothache I check with the dentist at the moment can not be removed because the age of 10 years just not just given medicine the doctor kept asking me how was it done byar my son did not have a toothache and I was confused about the various ways of traditional medicine until the medicine from the doctor didn’t work too
Cavities can indeed cause toothache. Cavities occur because of the habit of consuming sugary foods that are not matched by maintaining dental and mouth hygiene accompanied by a buildup of bacteria in the mouth. Handling cavities can be by filling / filling, crowning, and extracting teeth if necessary.
However, if the cavities are milk teeth (usually in children still milk teeth), dentists generally do not pull teeth first and wait until the baby teeth automatically fall out. Later after the date baby teeth will grow permanent teeth or permanent teeth.
If there are complaints of pain or signs of infection, the doctor can give medicines such as painkillers and antibiotics if necessary. After the infection has improved and is not painful, the dentist can consider cavities if possible.
Some tips that you can do when your child has a toothache are:
Teach children to maintain oral health by brushing their teeth twice a day in the morning and evening before going to bed
Gargle after eating
Cold compresses on the cheek where the pain is
Drink plenty of water
Limit giving children sweet and sticky foods
Gargle with warm water
If the medicine given by the child is still experiencing toothache, you should take your child for control back to the dentist so that further evaluation can be done so that the dentist can provide additional treatment if needed. Do not forget to get used to children regularly check with the dentist every 6 months.
Hope it helps you,