Pain In The Tooth That Has Been Filled 1 Year Ago?
Hello, I am balqish, 19 years old.rnDoc, my fillings are only 1 year old. However, why does the pain appear again?rnPreviously 6 years ago my teeth were just filled and last year my teeth hurt and they said it was caused by a leaky filling so I had to undergo dental nerve treatment. However, during dental treatment until the permanent filling of my teeth if pressed it will feel very painful until it causes pus in the gums as a result of the pain. And I can no longer eat using the filling tooth because of the pain. Is this caused by poor maintenance? Then does the color of the permanent patch affect the quality of the white and gray patches?
Toothache can indeed be a troubling specter for many people. Although not immediately lethal, toothache can be very annoying because the pain is generally persistent. Even if it has been filled, the tooth can still experience pain if the main problem has not been resolved. Some of the things that can be the main problem with toothache are:
tooth infection to festering tooth decay cracks in the tooth damage to fillings receding gums Toothache may be temporarily relieved with over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol, but usually this will not resolve temporarily because the pain-causing process is still ongoing and the medication only dulls the pain itself. Therefore, ongoing tooth pain is a clear indication for you to re-examine your teeth at the dentist to see other possible causes. Here we attach an article about toothache. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief