Pain In The Teeth That Feels Up To The Nose?
Hello, I want to ask. Finally, my teeth are aching. Well, I don’t know why my nose will also be painful. If I press the bottom of the nose, which is above the mouth, the pain will seem to reach the root of the tooth, and if I press the gums on the root of the tooth, it feels like the root of the tooth is painful and it seems that there really is a problem. If this is why and how to treat it huh?
The onset of tooth pain can indeed spread to goto around the nose which can be triggered by inflammation or infection of the tooth or nerve tissue. Nerve disorders can cause radicular pain (radicular pain), this condition causes pain to spread (radiated) to the dermatome (the area of the skin innervated by a nerve). Besides the pain that occurs can also be caused by inflammation of the maxillary sinus (sinusitis maxillaris) due to cavities or infected teeth.
Related to these complaints you should check directly with a dentist or ENT specialist doctor in order to get treatment in accordance with the underlying conditions. If the complaint is caused by a nervous breakdown, the doctor can prescribe the appropriate pain medication and nerve vitamins. If the complaint is caused by inflammation or infection, the doctor can prescribe painkillers, anti-inflammatories such as corticosteroids or antibiotics if needed.
In addition to dealing with complaints, the doctor will also address the main causes of complaints such as cavities so you should discuss this with the doctor who treats you to get treatment that suits your conditions and needs.
The following recommendations for you:
Avoid conditions that can trigger complaints
Avoid foods that are too hard, too hot or too cold
Maintain general oral hygiene
Perform dentist control at least every 6 months
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