Toothache And Swelling In The Teeth?
Hello. I experienced extreme pain in my gnarled teeth. Swelling occurred.
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what is meant is the teeth? Or wisdom teeth?
Gangsul teeth are usually caused by the number of teeth that are too much (supernumerary teeth), the shape of the jaw that is too small, or also the composition of the teeth uneven. Because of this position, the teeth are indeed tend to be more difficult to clean, making it vulnerable to food debris and bacteria to settle there, then triggers inflammation of the gums (gingivitis). This inflammation can not only trigger pain and swelling, but also red, festering, and unpleasant odors around the teeth and gums. It could also be that your aching and swollen teeth are caused by cavities, tooth abscesses, pulpitis, impacted teeth, benign or malignant tumors, and various other medical conditions.
Your condition should be checked immediately to the nearest dentist. Later, the doctor can examine the condition of your teeth and mouth as a whole, or also perform x-ray examinations to decide the right treatment. Not only given medication, if necessary, doctors can also perform other medical measures, such as patching or pulling out teeth that are problematic, and so on.
In the meantime, the pain and swelling in your teeth can be overcome first by:
Take paracetamol medication Warm compresses on the outside of painful, swollen teeth. Diligent toothbrush Gargling with a warm salt solution after toothbrush. Don't consume food and drinks that are too cold, too hot, hard, and sticky. Don't smoke. Hope it helps.