The Relationship Of Tooth Pain With Headaches?
Tonight doctor, I am 21 years old. And now I live in Japan where the temperature is very cold compared to Indonesia. My lower right molars have small holes but they were patched in Indonesia about 5 months ago and I have never felt a toothache before. Lately the temperature in Japan has been fairly cold, that’s where my cavities began to hurt very badly, until my head and ears hurt just the right. I have tried to reduce the pain with pain relief but there is no effect, then I oervi to the dentist in Japan, I say the pain that I feel, and how do x-rays on my teeth. The doctor said my teeth were fine, why were the patches still good, he said, and that my camel teeth hurt because they were sensitive, so there I was not treated anything on my teeth. what I’m surprised about is whether the sensitive teeth in pain can get this great, until the head and ears get sick. What do the doctors think about cases like this? Is this really just sensitive teeth? Or do I need to be demolished on my patch? Thank you
hi amber, thanks for the question ..
tooth pain is generally associated with other organs around it such as gums, cavities that are in the surrounding bones (forehead, nose, cheeks), and also the nerves around them. causes of tooth pain are:
sensitive teeth. state or sense of pain in the teeth when exposed to something like cold / ice temperatures, hot water, sweet foods, pressure / friction on teeth that are too strong.
cavity. is a developing place for bacteria to cause infections and abscesses.
broken bumps on cavities.
in general, sensitive teeth are caused by erosion of the protective layer of the tooth to the exposure of the tooth root and on the nerve parts around it will cause pain in the head or other parts. headache can be given painkillers such as paracetamol. if complaints do not decrease to interfere with your daily activities, you should check with your dentist. the doctor will examine the teeth and oral cavity and provide proper care and treatment. to help with complaints, the thing you can do is reduce sweet, cold and hot food, brush your teeth 2 cups a day with appropriate toothpaste (containing fluoride), clean between your teeth with dental floss, manage stress, drink lots of water white 2-3 liters / day.
I hope this helps..