Toothache In Teeth That Are Not Perforated?
Good afternoon doctor, I cyst, I want to ask a question. During this time I often complain and feel annoyed because of toothache, my teeth in the upper and lower jaw suddenly “hurt when pressed together even though my teeth are still good and not something was broken, but when I used it to chew food it immediately hurt and felt a pulse, so what should I do to deal with it. r nThank you
Thank you Kisti Kamilaini for the question at HealthReplies.com, the tenderness in the tooth that does not appear to have a hole can be caused by interference with the tooth supporting tissue. Where one of them is an infectious condition such as periodonitis. Periodonitis is an infection of the gums that damages the soft tissue and bones that support teeth. This condition is usually characterized by several symptoms such as:
- swollen gums
- pain when the teeth are pressed or when chewing
- bad breath
- teeth may feel loose
Where this condition is usually caused by a bacterial infection. Therefore, usually treatment can be given certain antibiotics to overcome this problem. In your current condition, it is better if you can consult the dentist first so that you can do a direct examination to confirm your condition before you can give a proper treatment.
The following is an article about periodonitis
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