Toothache After Temporary Filling?
ok, I’m 26 years old Nurul.rnA year ago my teeth were filled because of cavities, the filling process required 3 visits.rnAfter the fillings it didn’t hurt, after a few days it hurt again, but I took painkillers, then it went away it hurts. 8 months later, my gums are swollen next to the patch, sometimes it hurts, so I went to the dentist. When I got there, my teeth were filled with fillings, then I was given antibiotics, anti-swelling and anti-pain. A week later I had to come back again, when I came back my gums were still swollen, so I was only given medicine for swelling and told to come back in another week. After I came back again, my teeth still didn’t hurt at all, the swelling was still a bit, it was the same as filling the teeth while they said it was also being treated from the inside. I was given anti-pain medication and antibiotics. In a week, I was told to come back again.rnWell, one day after my temporary filling of my teeth, why does it hurt so much, it just hurts when I touch my upper and lower teeth and it’s swollen too it’s still there, even though I’ve taken the medicine, but the pain still doesn’t go away. Even now it’s still sore. I wonder why that’s why.. please answer..
Hello, thanks for your question.
Tooth decay is one of the most common dental complaints. Cavities are often caused by poor dental and oral hygiene. Pain in cavities if the tooth decay is deep enough to irritate the nerves of the tooth.
Tooth pain is pain around the teeth or jaw. In addition to cavities, tooth pain can also be caused by:
Tooth abscess, an abscess is a buildup or accumulation of pus as a result of infection. Broken teeth, usually due to trauma or injury. Damage to dental fillings. Infection of the gums. From the events and symptoms you describe, it is likely that you have an infection in your teeth and gums. The infection can be treated with antibiotics. In addition given painkillers and anti-inflammatory. Dental fillings also seem to have problems so the fillings are finally removed.
Of course, the one who can provide a clearer and more detailed explanation of the condition of your teeth is the dentist who examines and treats you. You can ask for an explanation during a follow-up or return visit. If the pain is still there, painkillers may be added or certain procedures may be performed.
In the meantime, try to keep your teeth and oral cavity clean by brushing your teeth regularly after eating and before going to bed, using fluoride toothpaste, and gargling with mouthwash containing antiseptic. As much as possible to reduce sugary foods and soft drinks.
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