The Solution To Overcome Toothache In Rocking Teeth?
I was 24 years old, I had gum disease from last night until now I could not eat. Because originally my lower front canine teeth rocked since I was 19 years old because my teeth were hit by a motorbike steering wheel during an accident. now my teeth are still rocking, and suddenly my lower gums hurt u0026amp; pulsing all right. the pain until I could not eat. What is the solution?
Hello Arni, thank you for asking.
Healthy teeth and gums always become one unit. If one of them is damaged, it will certainly affect each other. Your canine teeth that shake because of an accident, may be alive or can also be dead. Shaky tooth condition can certainly cause damage to tooth roots, gums, supporting bones of teeth, and surrounding teeth.
Your gum pain may be caused by teeth that are rocking and getting infected in the pulp (pulpitis). It can also be caused by gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) due to a buildup of bacteria and food scraps. It may also be caused by caries (cavities) or impaction (teeth that grow sideways).
All of these things can cause swelling and pain in the gums, even abscesses that contain pus. Please consult with your dentist regarding this matter. Doctors need to examine directly and assess the condition of teeth and gums. If there is an infection, the infection must be cured first. After the infection is cured, the doctor will determine the next course of action. The action depends on the results of the doctor's examination. Sometimes doctors need dental radiological photographs to determine the condition of your teeth.
You must also maintain optimal oral hygiene by:
Brush your teeth the right way, at least 2x a day.
Gargle with antiseptic fluid.
Use dental floss to clean between your teeth.
Avoid sugary drinks.
Avoid caffeine, cigarettes, and alcohol.
You can take paracetamol or ibuprofen according to the dosage to help reduce pain. Stop taking the drug if there is an allergic reaction to the drug. Choose the type of food that is soft and not sharp, and use the side of a healthy mouth to chew. Remember, the longer you delay dealing with your teeth and gum problems, the more often you experience problems.
Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.