Toothache In The Cavity Of The Molar Is Very Painful?
Good Morning, r nI am Rifki aged 19thn, 3 days I feel pain in the right molar cavity, it feels very painful to eat it is difficult, my initial prevention is to use mefenamic acid pain reliever, gargle salt water and use clove oil but this morning I felt a pain in my ears and temples until I found it difficult to sleep again, could it have something to do with the growth of fungus on my thighs? Could it be herpes? Please provide a solution, should you take more painkillers and what is the name of the drug?
Tooth decay should be seen by a dentist immediately. The dentist will examine Rifki's teeth, and determine the appropriate treatment. Usually, the teeth will be cleaned first. If it can be repaired, maintenance and patching can be done so that the damage does not get worse. If there is an infection, it will be treated first before a permanent patch is applied. The dentist will also provide drugs in the form of painkillers and antibiotics if necessary. If it cannot be treated or it is rotting, the dentist will perform an extraction so that it does not become a source of infection that spreads to other places.
The innervation of the teeth is connected to the temples and ears. The pain that occurs could be due to interference with Rifki's teeth, or it could be due to interference with the ear.
Fungus on the thigh is not associated with temple pain. To determine whether Rifki's skin disorder is caused by herpes or not, you should immediately consult a doctor. It is not justified to take medication alone without first consulting. Painkillers will only relieve pain, not eliminate the problem. If the basic problem hasn't gone away, the pain will come back.