Pain In The Lower Teeth After Tooth Extraction?
Morning, ten months ago, exactly in February I extracted my dentist’s teeth. I suggested to pull 2 teeth directly down, after removing the effect to the lower teeth after every meal, the lower tooth that hurts right next to the extracted tooth … that’s why yeah ??
Thank you for the question.
Tooth extraction should not cause immediate pain in the tooth next to it. The pain that appears after tooth extraction is usually reasonable due to an inflammatory reaction, which will improve with proper treatment within 1-2 weeks without leaving a prolonged pain.
The pain that you feel in the tooth next to the tooth that has been pulled out is more likely to be caused by:
Recession (erosion) gums
Tooth abscess (bag containing pus formed by infection)
Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums)
Other medical conditions, such as sinusitis, jaw joint disorders, trigeminal neuralgia, migraines, and so on
In order for this pain to improve, we recommend that you take the drug paracetamol while compressing the outside side of the painful tooth with warm water. Don't also consume foods or drinks that are too cold, too hard, too sweet, or sticky to the side of the painful tooth. Finally, but no less important, get more rest and be more diligent in brushing your teeth with fluoride toothpaste followed by gargling with antiseptic mouthwash.
If with the steps above the pain that you feel has not improved, or appears swollen, bad breath, or other more severe complaints, try to get yourself checked by a dentist so that you can follow up properly, okay?
I hope this helps.