Sprue Appears On The Tongue Accompanied By Pain In The Tooth Extraction Gums?
Good night. I anita last Friday I pulled my graham tooth down the left. The next day the extract was very painful swallowing painful saliva and mouth sores on almost all of the tongue. That’s why doctor? Already taking antibiotics and paracetamol there is no change. Before and after thank you doctor
Hello Anita, Thank you for the question.
Tooth pulling is usually done by a dentist to deal with dental problems that cannot be saved anymore. One complication of this tooth extraction is the occurrence of dry socket / alveolar osteoitis. After tooth extraction, the blood from the tooth extraction site will usually freeze so that it can protect the nerves and bones underneath. This protection also helps the growth of new bone and surrounding soft tissue. If the blood clot is released before the tooth extraction wound heals, then this can leave a runag empty or called a dry socket. Dry socket causes tooth bones and nerves to be unprotected, causing pain. In addition to dry sockets, the cause of the pain you feel is inflammation of the gums, gum infection, or the presence of residual roots or bones left behind.
If the complaint is not treated, you should consult your dentist again. The doctor will re-examine your teeth to determine the cause. If it is caused by a dry socket, the doctor will again clean your teeth from leftovers and leave special ointments in the area to relieve pain. This ointment will usually be replaced within a certain period. If it is caused by another condition, your dentist will provide appropriate treatment.
In the meantime, please do the following suggestions:
avoid the consumption of hard foods, you should have liquid or soft food you can brush your teeth but avoid the tooth extraction area do salt water rinse especially after eating you can compress cold water on your cheeks to reduce pain Hopefully this information is useful huh.