Prolonged Handling Of Cavities Accompanied By Jawbone Pain?
good morning, I really wanted to pull out my tooth .. because my lower B tooth to the left had a hole in the wall, but it wasn’t wide yet .. early January I had a tooth filling because the doctor gave me the first treatment because his teeth are still good. unfortunately if I leave it, he said. but because of my time it was not possible so I did not undergo treatment in the sense that only 1 time I had a tooth filling … my teeth also ached but my jawbone ached when I opened my mouth wider than usual … so ask the doctor what should I do just pull my teeth .. I feel annoyed and uncomfortable with my teeth .. but I am afraid every time I go to the doctor .. thank you
tooth extraction has long been considered by many people as the only way to deal with toothache. Even though tooth extraction is not as simple as imagined. Pulling teeth means reducing the digestive function, namely the function of chewing because each type of tooth has its own function to pulverize food. Therefore, tooth extraction should be carefully considered before it is done. Tooth with a cavity can usually be cleaned and then patched again, especially if the hole is not too big. The appearance of toothache itself can be caused by many things such as infection of the root of the tooth, cracked teeth, tooth decay, gingivitis and so on, and not all of these problems can be resolved by simply pulling out a tooth. Therefore we recommend that you, if indeed dental complaints are still disturbing, consult directly with your dentist, and it would be wise if the decision to remove a tooth came from the dentist based on careful medical considerations. Here we attach an article about tooth extraction. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief