Pain In The Teeth And Gums?
Good night, I want to ask why does the heat in my body hurt so much, especially in my teeth? but I do not feel swallowing pain, or associated with the throat, only pain in the teeth and gums, thank you please explain and how to overcome them
Thank you for the question.
In the medical realm, there is really no such thing as inner heat.
If what you feel right now is pain around the teeth and gums, then the possible cause could be due to cavities, gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), tooth abscesses, pulpitis, impacted teeth, and so on. Other conditions, such as jaw joint disorders, sinusitis, pharyngitis, trigeminal neuralgia, migraines, psychological disorders, to head injuries can sometimes also cause pain that feels up to the teeth and gums as you feel now.
Need to be clarified, how long have you had this complaint? Does the appearance of swelling, coughing, fever, nausea, vomiting, or other severe complaints?
If the new complaint lasts for 1-3 days, without accompanied by other complaints that interfere, then you can ease duu by:
Take paracetamol medicine Diligently brushing your teeth, followed by gargling using warm salt solution Compress the outer side of teeth and painful gums with warm water Do not over-consume cold and hard and sticky foods and drinks. Drink plenty of warm water and eat easily swallowed food. also rest If within 3 days the complaint does not go away, you can check yourself directly to the nearest dentist so that further treatment yes ..
I hope this helps.