Pain In Wisdom Teeth With Cavities?
Good morning. Okay, I want to ask, I have wisdom teeth and next to wisdom teeth, cavities, and cavities, and it hurts, wisdom teeth don’t hurt, but why does a toothache come off?
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Wisdom teeth, while growing and cared for properly, do not always cause pain. Conversely, pain can also appear on other teeth, not only wisdom teeth. The cavities are deep enough, let alone to come loose as you experience it, obviously causing pain. This tooth pain arises due to exposure of the pulp which contains many nerve fibers. Frequently, the pain will worsen when the cavities are depressed, and touched with cold or hot food or drink. Not only pain, cavities can also swell, reddish gums, and of course can be very annoying when chewing food or even talking.
You should check your condition directly to the nearest dentist. Depending on the condition of your teeth, your doctor can provide a variety of treatments, including medication, patches, extractions, or other medical procedures.
For now, you should first take paracetamol so the pain improves. Reduce the consumption of cold, hot, and also too hard food so that the pain does not get worse. Do not forget, always diligently brush your teeth and rinse with salt solution so that dental and oral hygiene is always maintained.
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