Overcoming Molars Grow Sick Until The Head?
Um … Want to ask? I now want to grow lower molars, but why does it hurt so much that it hurts my head. Have you ever consulted a doctor but only given anti-red medicine already? This week the pain is not known … How do I overcome it?
Good night. Thankyou for asking.
Wisdom teeth are the third or last molars that grow in around the late teens, around the age of 20 years. This is assembled with the process of growth and development which is in accordance with natural conditions because previously the forerunner of the teeth buried under the gums. Some things that can cause symptoms of pain and discomfort are
- Limited gum space so that it can compress the gum area and surrounding nerves
- Tooth position that is sometimes not good (not upright) some in a transverse position, causing pressure on the teeth, surrounding tissues and nerves
- Wisdom teeth are located at the back, especially bad position can cause a buildup of food scraps and over time can lead to infection of the gum area, around the teeth, or even the tooth bone area.
What can be done at home is
- Maintain cleanliness of the teeth and brush your teeth well up to the back teeth with a soft movement
- Use an antiseptic mouthwash to help clean up food scraps and bacteria
- Drink plenty of fluids
- Avoid foods that are too sticky and settle to the back of the teeth
- Pain can be relieved by pain in the form of paracetamol or ibuprofen
- Maintain dental health with routine control to the dentist every at least 1 year
If the condition persists and feels even more painful you should consult a dentist, so that it can be checked whether growth is indeed happening in a bad position. If yes, it can be done with treatment even up to the extraction of wisdom teeth.
That's the thing we can say. May be useful. Thank you