Pain That Doesn’t Go Away After Pulling A Tooth?
Good evening .. r nMy name is muhammad kusnan. R nI would like to consult if the doctor can help me solve my problem. R nPollen gums. R n3 weeks ago I did a tooth extraction on the lower left r nI also took the drugs enafamic acid and amoxicillin that the doctor recommended that I extracted my teeth .. r nBut why the post-extraction pain has not healed. r nAfter taking the pain medication, it disappeared but after a while the pain returned. r nI am afraid of taking drugs. r nPlease brighten. r nI have also taken cataphyla medicine to relieve the pain but the effect is the same as amoxicillin andenafamic acid. r nThank you.
Pain in the oral cavity can be caused by =
infection of the teeth.
Infection or inflammation of the tissue around the teeth and gums.
If the pain persists after your tooth extraction, then you should go back to the dentist to find the cause of the complaint. Post tooth extraction pain generally will not last long.
If the gums you are complaining about are swollen, then this is also an indication that you should check with the dentist again. With a careful examination by the dentist, the doctor can provide treatment according to your condition. Do not underestimate your condition and do self-medication that does not improve your health condition.
Maintain oral hygiene by regularly brushing your teeth and gargling, taking pain relievers if necessary and getting your condition checked immediately.
I hope this helps.