Toothache And Toothache That Goes Down To The Neck And Ears?

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Hi.


Toothache can be caused due to various causes. From the situation you are experiencing, pain in the tooth to the inside of the ear may be caused by an infection in the gum area.


Infection in the gum area is usually caused by a bacterial infection. Gum infection can occur due to plaque buildup over a long period of time, and is also influenced by oral hygiene. Gum infection can cause pain in the tooth area, swollen gums, and pain can spread to the ear and neck area. Gum infections can also cause pus to form (abscess) in the gum area, which can cause a bad smell. Gum infection requires immediate treatment by a dentist.


But besides that the condition you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:

cavity
Cracked teeth
mastoiditis
TB infection

Therefore, it is recommended that you check with the dentist first, so that the doctor can check your condition firsthand. And later the doctor can provide the right therapy according to your circumstances.


It is recommended that you regularly brush your teeth, and rinse your mouth with an antiseptic solution regularly. Avoid consuming food / drinks that are too hot.


Here's an article that you can read about toothache


may be useful. Thank you


dr. Danny

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