Overcoming Pain In Dental Fillings?
I’m 14 years old. My lower left corner tooth hurts. Previously patched but now it’s not patched, after not patched for about 4 months it doesn’t hurt and now feels very sick again
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Toothache is a condition that is often encountered and experienced, and can occur due to many things, such as:
Cavities Piles of plaque buildup and / or food scraps between teeth Piles of pus on teeth and gums Inflammation of the gums Fillings of loose teeth Teeth grow Injuries to gums
So in your case, even though the sick might be the same tooth, it could be a different cause from that time. You should still check your teeth to the dentist first, so they can be examined directly and know what the problem is this time. If it has been seen directly, then it is known if there is pus, or a buildup of plaque, or perforated teeth, teeth grow, and so forth. The treatment can only be determined after this, whether with fillings, addition of fluoride, consumption of antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, or even tooth extraction. But whatever the treatment, you can later discuss with the dentist and choose, which treatment you want.
Meanwhile, to reduce pain, you can compress cold on the cheeks on the painful teeth, in addition, rinse with warm salt water, apply clove oil on the painful teeth if any, avoid eating sweet foods first, and keep a toothbrush regularly 2x a day using a fluffy toothbrush, with the help of mouthwash and dental floss. So, hopefully answering your question.