At noon, 3 days, one of my lower incisors feels sore when eating and drinking cold, hot, sweet. Teeth do not feel sore if I cover the back of the incisors with my tongue while eating and drinking as mentioned earlier. I tried to look in the glass and there were blacks on the roots of the teeth. What is the diagnosis then what should I do?
Tooth pain can arise due to several things, including:
Cavities in cracked teeth Problems with gums such as inflammation of the gums. The build-up of tartar can be characterized by blackness around the teeth or whitish accumulated hard Brushing teeth too hard The habit of grinding teeth Triggered by certain foods and drinks There is an infection and the accumulation of pus at the base of the teeth To overcome the pain can be done in several ways, such as using a special formula for sensitive teeth, using toothpaste containing fluoride, and having your teeth checked by the dentist where some treatments will be carried out according to the condition you are experiencing, such as tartar cleaning, root canal treatment, or other procedures required. Strive to maintain the cleanliness of your teeth and oral cavity by brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing and using a bristle brush. Drink plenty of water and regularly have your teeth checked by the dentist at least every 6 months.
May be useful,
dr. Adhi P.