Pain In The Front Teeth With A History Of Collisions?
Mlm, I have a problem with my front teeth, I once hit the wall until it broke .. That was when I was 16, now I am 23 years old .. But how come recently my front teeth often hurt … They swell up .. How to fix it ? Thank you
Hello Athur Tata,
Did you break your teeth? Complaints of pain in the teeth can be caused by inflammation of the tooth pulp. The dental pulp is the inner part of the tooth that contains nerves and blood vessels. When there is inflammation of the pulp, complaints of pain or toothache can occur. These are some of the causes of toothache:
Cavities Broken teeth or cracked teeth Infection of teeth and gums Tooth abscess Gum shrinkage Damage to tooth fillings or removal of tooth fillings Dental malocclusion The effects of wearing dentures are not good. For a while while waiting to see the dentist, you can do the following tips:
Gargle with warm salt water Avoid biting or chewing sweet, hard, sticky foods Gargle after eating Get plenty of rest drink plenty of water Cold compress on the cheeks or lips where the sore teeth are kept. Keep your teeth and mouth clean with a toothbrush twice a day in the morning and evening before going to bed Take pain relievers if necessary. If within 3 days there is no improvement in complaints of toothache, the best step you can take is to see a dentist so that the dentist can carry out further tests to determine the cause of your toothache. Then the doctor can provide the right treatment for you. Generally, if you are still sick, the doctor can give you pain relief, anti-inflammatory, and antibiotics if there is an infection. Furthermore, during the control, the doctor will review the condition of your teeth and provide further action if necessary, for example by scaling, filling cavities, root canal treatment, to tooth extraction when the tooth is no longer filling.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y