The Cause Of The Palate Feels Pain Until Tears Come Out After Pulling Teeth?
Just 2 days I feel pain in the roof of my mouth until tears come out because of the pain that I feel … is my pain related to the teeth that I once pulled out in a sick condition … because of my toothache at that time I feel 4 months and I have been taking medicine from doctors of all kinds and not recovered as well, so I ask to be revoked.
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Tooth extraction is not recommended to be done when the teeth still feel great pain, because it can increase the risk of severe bleeding and inflammation after tooth extraction. For that reason, as an initial treatment, doctors will often give several types of drugs before taking tooth extraction. However, before taking action, of course doctors have considered well the risks and benefits. A good doctor will only pull out your teeth if you feel the benefits will outweigh the potential risks.
After extracting a tooth, there may be pain around the roof of the mouth (palate) due to interference with the nerves around the tooth. However, if there are no other complications, this pain should heal in less than 4 months after tooth extraction. If the pain you feel lasts longer, you should also consider other possible causes, such as sores on the palate wall (such as food scratches), herpes zoster, herpes simplex, candidiasis, oral cancer, trigeminal neuralgia, migraine, sinusitis, and so on.
You can check your complaint directly to the nearest doctor or dentist to evaluate the possible causes of your complaint as well as the best treatment. For the time being, you can first resolve your complaint with the following efforts:
Brush your teeth regularly morning, evening and night before going to bed
Gargle with salt solution
Take paracetamol if the pain is very disturbing
Not always eating food that is too spicy, hard, and oily
Do not smoke
Do not take other medicines carelessly without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...