Toothache In The Dental Implant?
I want it? I have used dental implants for 5 years but have never been sick. But now the pain arises for 2 days exactly in the implanted tooth. Is this still safe?
Thank you for the question.
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is implanted directly into the jaw through a surgical procedure to replace the lost tooth root. On top of the dental implant, an artificial dental crown will then be attached to make it look good again. With the installation of dental implants, the risk of changes in the structure of the jaw and teeth around the missing teeth can be minimized. Not only that, speech disorders, food chewing disorders, also appearance disorders due to missing teeth can be overcome by this action.
If treated properly, dental implants often do not cause complications later in life. But indeed, in some cases, nerve disorders, infections, and other tissue damage around the dental implant can also occur which can trigger pain.
The good, you are not worried. In order for the pain to improve, you can first apply warm water compost, while improving the cleanliness of your teeth and mouth, limiting consumption of foods and drinks that are too cold, too hard, or too full, and taking paracetamol if the pain feels great enough. However, if the pain that you feel has not improved after undergoing the above efforts, it is better to check yourself directly to the dentist to be given the right treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.