The Sewing Needle Is Broken Inside The Tooth When Cleaning Dirt?
Hello, I have a small cavity. I tried cleaning it from the waste of food with a sewing needle. I accidentally broke a small part of the needle so that it broke into the hole in my tooth.
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Yes, this is a problem that must be addressed immediately by the dentist. Consult a dentist. Because fracture of the needle can cause teeth to become painful every time you chew. As a result of feeding the needle so that it affects the nerves and blood vessels of the teeth. So that in addition to causing pain, it can also cause mild bleeding. In addition, when brushing your teeth, the needle runs out of risk and can be swallowed.
The dentist who treats you will later examine and remove or take out needle fractures wherever possible. Henceforth, the cavities will be patched. Previously patched root teeth will be treated.
Henceforth, keep your teeth clean by brushing twice a day. Namely after breakfast and before bed. Brush your teeth gently using a soft brush and toothpaste containing fluoride. Fluoride can help restore the tooth's cavity, if the hole is small.
Thus hopefully useful.