Treat Swollen Gums And Cavities?
Good afternoon,u003cbru003eI am a 23-year-old woman, initially I had a tooth complaint at the tip of my lower left tooth being swollen. I went to the nearest dentist, he said that the tip of the tooth had an imperfect growth. finally given pain medication, because my molars have a hole, fillings are done on the perforated tooth, the hollow tooth is located not far from the most swollen tooth at the end, only one tooth is missing even if it hurts, it doesn’t hurt at first. Is there any bad effect because of the filling?u003cbru003and if the tooth that is perforated has subsided, even the tooth with the tip of it is swollen and painful, one side of the headache even when opening the mouth is very painful..u003cbru003 crazy why when you have a toothache, the tooth at the very end changes color (3 teeth at the bottom end, and the top 3 teeth change color too) like a lot of tartar stuck together? even though I brush my teeth regularly every morning and before eating..u003cbru003even during the first treatment, I clean tartar too.u003cbru003 My teeth are like a lot of tartar only when they are swollen, but when they heal…my teeth are normal color as usual.. u003cbru003eu003cbru003 please answer this question about me,u003cbru003ebecause it’s been 4-5 months in a row I’ve experienced something like thisu003cbru003eu003cbru003eThanks in advance
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tooth pain and holes are medical conditions that often occur in teeth. This condition can be triggered by various things, including consuming sharp foods that can cause injury and cause infection, lack of oral and dental hygiene, certain medical disorders, and in some cases even increased blood flow in menstruating women can facilitate the occurrence of injuries that lead to disorders. on the teeth.
In addition, behind the hard layer, there are blood vessels and nerve fibers in the teeth which in a hollow condition, these nerve fibers can be disturbed and cause very disturbing pain. Furthermore, the pain caused can have the characteristics of a headache on the same side as the perforated tooth. But supposedly, dental fillings don't actually cause you toothache.
Painful teeth are followed by discoloration such as yellowish, closely related to the formation of tartar. And even if you brush your teeth regularly, the chances of tartar forming will still be there, depending on the food you eat, the type of brush you use and the direction of brushing. The recommendation is to eat foods that are low in sugar or acid, colored and use a toothbrush with soft bristles in an up and down motion, not left and right. It's best to follow up with a mouthwash or dental floss to make sure that no bacteria or dirt is left in the tough spaces.
Because we also don't know the exact condition of your teeth, you should consult again about problems with your teeth to your dentist. If it is considered very problematic, you may be able to suggest removing the tooth, rather than giving you a prolonged complaint. Your dentist may also prescribe an anti-inflammatory to relieve swelling and pain.
In the meantime, you can take temporary pain relievers, avoid sharp-edged foods, hot or cold foods or drinks, and keep brushing your teeth regularly. Get well soon.
So, hopefully useful.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa