Why Do Teeth Become More Painful After A Permanent Patch?
I was only 17 and then my graham tooth had a hole in the lower right side, not in the middle. Small holes and not too deep just very painful. Then I went to the hospital to patch my teeth. After that, the doctor immediately patched my teeth even though I had just visited the dentist for the first time and the doctor actually felt permanent patches. After I patched, I wasn’t given any medicine. on the right graham I also get headaches headaches. the patch is white. Is that okay? But I already took mefinal medicine … it still hurts instead of getting hot. I was told to control again a week later. But I can’t stand the pain. Is it normal or not?
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Need to clarify beforehand, how did you know that the action that the doctor did was to patch your teeth permanently?
Cavities, if they cause extreme pain, usually indicate a deep hole, which has already reached the root of the tooth (pulp). In this condition, treatment cannot be done with ordinary fillings. Generally, doctors will first perform root canal treatment, followed by temporary filling. After it feels that the inflammation has subsided, it can only be done with dental restoration with permanent fillings or dental crowns. To undergo this procedure, you will usually be advised to exercise periodic control, so don't just come once and then finish.
The most knowledgeable, whether the patches given to you are temporary or permanent patches of course are dentists who examine you directly. In general, if you really feel severe tooth pain after undergoing an action from a doctor, it is likely that inflammation of your teeth has not completely healed. If it is true that the doctor does not prescribe any medication, you should check your complaint to the dentist so that it is evaluated further, as to what is the best management that needs to be given.
So that your complaints improve, you can first do the following efforts:
Take over-the-counter pain relievers on the market before seeing a doctor (for example those containing paracetamol) Don't consume foods that are too hard, too cold, or too hot Routine brushing your teeth Gargle with salt solution so that inflammation in the teeth and mouth subsides May help yes..