Problems With Perforated And Porous Teeth?
Good afternoon, I want to ask, about the problem with my teeth before my gum teeth 3 have been destroyed, because of perforated holes. And on the left there are no gums, but why do you still feel pain? Why do you think this is the reason? Thanks doctor …
Hello Junaedi, Thank you for your question.
Have you checked with your dentist to ascertain the cause of this toothache complaint? Tooth decay can cause food scraps to enter it and become a good place for bacteria to grow. The growth of bacteria can cause infection in cavities. This infection can enter the deeper teeth known as the pulp. Inside the teeth there are blood vessels and nerves of the teeth. if the infection is already affecting the pulp (pulpitis), your sufferer begins to feel toothache. Aside from pulpitis, your toothache complaints can be caused by periodontitis, dental abscesses, sinusitis, trigeminal neuralgia.
You should immediately consult a dentist first. The dentist needs to do a direct examination of your teeth. Your doctor may recommend dental x-rays to determine the cause. After knowing the cause, the doctor will provide further treatment for you.
Please keep your teeth healthy by brushing your teeth regularly with fluoride-containing toothpaste and using an antiseptic mouthwash. Limit consumption of sweet foods and drinks. You can take paracetamol to treat temporary toothache.
I hope this helps.