Overcoming Toothache Due To Molars And Cavities?
I have cavities for a long time and I rarely get sick. Right now I feel my left lower molars will grow and it’s right next to my cavities. now my teeth are very sick. What should I do? What is the cure?
Hello, good morning Friscilla ...
The growth of molars in adults (wisdom teeth) often causes pain. Wisdom Teeth are the third molars or the last molars that grow at the end of their teens or early twenties. The pain that arises when the growth of wisdom teeth occurs due to the limited gum space occupied by wisdom teeth. As a result, wisdom teeth grow squeezed or only partially grown. Apart from this, the condition of your toothache can also occur due to cavities that you have experienced before, gums that break due to growing teeth, tooth decay, accumulation of pus in the bottom of the teeth due to bacterial infections, gum shrinkage, etc.
To be sure, it needs a direct examination of the area of your oral cavity. We recommend that you immediately consult a dentist to find out the exact cause of the complaint and get the right treatment. Here are some ways you can do to help alleviate the pain that you experience:
Gargling using warm water keeps brushing your teeth at least twice a day, ie morning after breakfast and at night before bed. Clean between your teeth with a thick floss. Apply clove oil on the teeth or diseased gums. If the pain is very disturbing, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers, such as Paracetamol. You need to remember that these methods and drugs are only to help alleviate pain complaints, not to overcome the root cause of the pain that you are experiencing. As long as the root cause of the pain is not treated, complaints of pain will reappear. Therefore, do not delay to see the dentist huh ..
That's all, hopefully it helps ..