The Tooth Often Hurts, The Results Of The Examination Are Normal?
Hello doc want to ask since 2016 I feel my face is not symmetrical bigger left and my ears like the left deaf if I move a lot and do not drink. In 2017 I checked the jaw, teeth and skull X-ray and nose, but there were no good results. In 2019 because I was still curious I wentogling and found an article about cancer and I was curious to go back to Dotker. I do not know the suggestion or what my tooth hurts on the left But the dentist and oral surgeon said my teeth were normal and I was told to check for x-rays again. Good results. There is no tumor. But I still feel pain. Finally I went to a different dentist. There was a slight gap and he made a hole to patch. Lapse of 2 days while the patch off and my teeth are still sore. Now my teeth don’t hurt, but it’s like there’s a lump on my left and my front teeth are aching. If my cheek is pressed, the left side hurts. Please info
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Oral cancer, definitely has a visible form. This is because the definition of cancer itself is the growth of cells or body tissue that is not normal and not controlled. So when he is in the mouth, there must be a part that appears larger and protruding from the other parts whether it looks like a lump, wound, or ulceration, but the shape must be there. So if you've done checking many times, X-rays and nothing is obtained, most likely, the main problem is not cancer. Below are some illustrative examples of oral cancer.
In your case, with all the normal examinations, we suspect that the complaint you are experiencing is more from a nervous or psychological disorder. The nerve has a role to deliver various sensations, heat, cold, touch, pain, vibration, and movement. Flavors on the tongue such as sweet, salty, sour, bitter are also delivered by nerves. So if there is pain that arises for no apparent reason, chances are there are nerve disorders that play a role. As for psychological disorders, psychological disorders can cause any symptoms that vary in each person. A person can really feel extreme pain and move around the body even after repeated checks by various doctors for normal results.
Our advice, for now check yourself in the neurologist to see more about the problem. With an in-depth history search, direct physical examination and possibly support, your problem can be more clearly seen. If it turns out the results of the examination from a neurologist were normal, ask your neurologist, the treatment of which doctor if you can help you next.
Meanwhile, no need to worry too much, keep your teeth and gums clean by regularly brushing your teeth, stay away from cigarette smoke, multiply the consumption of nutrient-rich foods and get enough rest. So, hopefully answering your question.