Overcoming Pain In Cavities?
My molars on the left side hurt like pricking, pricking and throbbing. I used to be like this and then took the medicine for cataflam, recovered about how many months ago it relapsed again. suggestions that I should do / advice so that my teeth are not sick and normal as before?
Hello David, thanks for asking.
Pain in teeth can be caused by problems with the teeth, gums, or supporting tissues around the teeth. Some conditions that might occur to you are:
Dental caries (cavities). Of course, a dentist must assess the severity of caries. Cavities must be patched or extracted if it is not possible to patch. Tooth that has cavities can not close again. So that there is no medicine, toothpaste, or food that can regrow damaged tooth enamel. That is why one must routinely maintain dental and oral hygiene and routine control to the dentist, because once it is damaged, the teeth will not heal by themselves.
Inflammation of the pulp (pulpitis). Pulp is a nerve tissue found in teeth. When tooth decay is severe, the pulp can become infected and cause severe pain and swelling of the gums and cheeks. Pulmonary pain is generally very difficult to treat with pain medications.
Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) can be caused by caries or tartar.
Periodontitis (inflammation of the supporting tissues of the teeth), can make your teeth faltered and dated.
You should consult a dentist to identify and cure the problem. Taking medication only relieves symptoms but does not solve the problem. Please keep in mind that anti-inflammatory drugs have side effects on digestion if consumed too long in high doses. In the meantime before visiting a dentist, keep your teeth and mouth clean by brushing your teeth twice a day, rinse your mouth with an antiseptic solution, and use dental floss to prevent plaque buildup.
Hope this answer helps you. Regards.