Toothache, Nose, Greenish White And Smelly?
Hello, I am Benny 35 years, 5 days ago I ate rice and there was a stone like rice, and I chewed on the teeth of the Graham Blakng part, after that my teeth were senate, and I experienced a fever for 2 days, after I lost it, now sometimes my teeth senuat senut although not often, and my nose also smells unpleasant odor, white to green, do I have to pull my teeth so that the fluid in my nose does not smell and can smell as usual, thank you.
Thank you for the question.
Sinusitis is a disorder in the walls of the nasal cavity caused by viruses, bacteria, or allergic reactions, so that the sinuses produce more mucus and cause blockage of the nasal passages. Sinusitis can also occur due to dental infections, nasal injuries, enlarged glands, smoking habits, and the presence of foreign objects in the nose. Dental infections themselves occur due to dietary factors, brushing errors, tartar, holes in the teeth, smoking habits, and dental plaque stacks.
You should immediately consult an ENT specialist for the condition of your nose that releases odorous odor, so that the doctor can evaluate your complaints, examine your nose and teeth if needed, so the doctor can treat your condition according to the cause, for example with antibiotics. An ENT doctor can also refer you to a dentist for treatment of your teeth, but if there is an infection process in the teeth or respiratory tract, the doctor will not pull out your teeth, but will treat the infection first and carry out subsequent treatments.
Here are things you can do at home:
Get enough rest and reduce excessive activity. Cold compresses on your tooth area to reduce pain. Take pain relievers like paracetamol. Stay routinely brush your teeth at least 2 times a day and use dental floss to clean leftovers. Avoid sweets. Avoid smoking. Hopefully this information can help and hopefully get well soon.