Pain In The Gums And Teeth That Often Recur For A Year?
Good evening Jayantara, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in the gums and teeth in general can not move, because pain in the area usually arises because of a specific thing, for example certain teeth perforated, certain gums infected with bacteria, loose patches, there are shrinking gums, decayed gums, wound gums, teething cracked teeth and others like that. So because of these conditions it is impossible to move around, so should the pain.
A more uncommon condition that may be the origin of the pain is a related neurological disorder. The nerve in question may not be the specific nerve at the root of the tooth, but which has been incorporated into a larger interwoven nerve, that's why the pain moves. Another possibility is not the pain of moving, but there is indeed a new disturbance in each of the teeth you mentioned.
Therefore, we think you need to do a dental examination first. Make sure that there really isn't a problem with the teeth and gums. If indeed the results of your dentist's examination are declared to have no dental problems that might cause pain, then consult a neurologist to get further treatment.
Meanwhile, you should still routinely brush your teeth twice a day, and it would be better if you use dental floss or mouthwash. Avoid smoking, eating sweets, and multiply drinking water. If the tooth hurts, compress the painful part with a cold compress, and rinse with salt water. So, hopefully answering your question.