Prevents Pain In Cavities With Loose Patches?
good afternoon, I ellya3 months ago my teeth have been permanently patched, well this patch is off. if it is released automatically it will become pain or toothache. well, suppose the pain comes in 1 month or when? because I want to go to the dentist again on April 1 … I think before April 1, I have experienced pain or toothache yet? thanks.
Hello Ellya, thank you for asking.
Dental fillings indeed consist of two stages, namely temporary fillings and permanent fillings. Not all cases require these two patches, their needs will be adjusted by the findings of a physical examination by a dentist. Temporary patches are only for a few days, generally no more than a week. After that the patches are replaced into permanent patches.
Removal of the fillings will indeed cause holes in the teeth exposed to food scraps and bacteria. As a result teeth and gums can become infected and cause pain and swelling. But no one can predict when an infection will occur, or whether an infection will occur or not. Likewise, for example, if you ask when you will get a throat infection, then of course the answer is not a single examination can guess when it will occur.
The thing that you should pay attention to is, to keep you from getting an infection, keep your oral hygiene optimally:
Brush your teeth 2x a day Don't eat or drink anything other than plain water after brushing your teeth the night before going to bed If after brushing your teeth at night you eat or drink other than plain water, brush your teeth again before going to bed Avoid food drinks too sweet and sticky Brush your teeth in the right way ie from top to bottom, not sideways (for front and side teeth) Use dental floss to clean plaque between your teeth. Eat more fiber from vegetables and fruit. Thus our explanation, hopefully bring benefits. Regards.