Overcoming Molar Tooth Pain That Patches Off And Become Porous?
Sorry to ask. My teeth have long been permanently patched, but the patches come off. Now the relapse is marked by the pain of the gums. But the teeth have also started to crack, aka half already. What is the alternative medicine? Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Cavities, which have patches removed, until they are no longer intact, can cause pain. This pain is not always limited to the teeth, but can also spread to the gums, jaw, and even to other parts of the head and neck. Not only pain, gums can also swell, turn red, and this can certainly be very annoying, especially when eating.
Problems with the teeth and gums as you experience them are definitively dealt with by filling or removing the problematic teeth. If at this time there is still severe inflammation, then before the definitive treatment is carried out, it may be that the doctor will first give several types of drugs to relieve the inflammation while preventing and overcoming the infection. Further examination, such as x-rays, can also do a doctor if deemed necessary. Therefore, it is better to check yourself directly to the dentist huh ..
In the meantime, you can first resolve your complaint by:
Take paracetamol for pain relief
Warm compresses on the outside of teeth and painful gums
A diligent toothbrush is continued to rinse with a warm salt solution
Don't eat cold, sticky and hard food first
Hope this helps ...