Treatment For Temporary Filled Teeth?
Ass, this is how my teeth have a hole in the molars beside the canines, after that the doctor was patched, apparently the doctor said I had to go there several times, but I forgot if I was being doctored not near the house (outside the area) which is very far away, so I am now I’m confused about how, if I go there again it won’t be possible, so can I do this treatment in another drg, which is near my home, so I find it easier, there’s no way I can leave this temporary patch, r nThank you ….
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com. I am dr. Princess Claudya will help answer your questions.
In your case, ideally the next treatment should be carried out by the doctor who took your action for the first time because that doctor knows the course of your disease and knows your dental problems from the start so that further management will be more sustainable.
However, in the limitation of your current condition, namely the long distance problem and as you said that it is not possible if you check again at the first dentist, control at a dentist close to where you are now (although not the doctor who examined and doing your first filling of your teeth) to continue the treatment of your teeth is allowed, and it is still more useful than no control at all
For this reason, please control at the dentist where you are currently to be checked again on the condition of your tooth filling and further management.
Some things you can do at home to keep your teeth and mouth healthy are:
Brush your teeth after eating and before bed.
Use dental floss to clean the remaining plaque between the teeth
Gargle with an antiseptic mouthwash
Sufficient water consumption is about 2 liters a day.
Avoid consumption of cigarettes, alcohol, and foods with high sugar content
If your teeth hurt, you can put a cold compress on the cheek against the side of the tooth that hurts and you can also take over-the-counter pain medications such as paracetamol to relieve your complaints.
That is the explanation from me. Hopefully helpful and useful. Get well soon for you :)
dr. Princess Claudya