Overcoming Teeth That Feel Painful But Cannot Be Pulled Out?
Hello, I want to ask you .. right lower molars I perforated early I just let it sit for a long time sick .. then I check with the doctor I want to patch it clearly can’t the doctor give me the medicine for amoxilin and paracetamol so that I can’t suggest I withdraw it. After I came again with the condition of my teeth, it didn’t hurt anymore, I wanted to pull it out. The doctor injected my gums 2x injections and then it started to feel numb, the doctor also shook my teeth. I said no, I didn’t blurt, the doctor pulled it out. amoxilin drug again and ibuproben … I want to know if if the extraction of the root of the tooth is dangerous and sick or not because my tooth root is already as bad as rotting, hopefully the doctor will give me the best advice
Hello Russyeka Putri, thank you for asking on HealthReplies.com.
Based on the complaint and the state of your teeth that you wrote down, I advise you to check your teeth back to the dentist, to ascertain the condition of your teeth whether need further treatment or not, because if it is true that the remaining tooth roots are still infected can lead to further conditions as :
spread of infection to the area around the tooth root (for example, causing dental abscesses)
spread of infection to the face, neck or head area (for example, causing sinus infections, inflammation of the lining of the brain, etc.)
If the results of the doctor's examination say that the roots of your teeth will be removed, generally this procedure will use anesthesia during the extraction procedure so that new pain will arise after the effects of the anesthesia disappear, and generally this action is not dangerous unless you have an allergy to drugs that are used during the extraction procedure.
In the meantime, it is advisable to continue taking medicines given at the dosage recommended by the dentist. It is not recommended to replace or stop treatment without the advice of your dentist.
I hope this helps.