Why Do Upper And Lower Molars Hurt?
Why do upper and lower molars hurt? Even though there are no cavities and intact teeth, why is that ??? after taking medicine LGG recovered … but a few days later it recurred again … the drug recovered again … already 3 weeks ?? I wonder why ??
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There are complaints of upper and lower molars that you feel, even though your molars are intact and not hollow, complaints of pain can arise due to the inflammation process in your gums. If you do use the side of the molars as a side for chewing or digesting food, then if pain complaints appear in the area but your teeth are in good condition, it is necessary to consider inflammation of the gums. If your gums become inflamed, they can be accompanied by complaints of pain, swelling of the gums, or injury to your gum area.
Some of the conditions below can trigger inflammation of your gums, such as:
1. friction with the food ingredients you consume
2. gum injury due to solid or hard food
3. there is a gap between the teeth and gums, so that it becomes an area of germ growth that triggers gum inflammation
Apart from problems with your gums, some other conditions such as small cavities that are invisible can also cause complaints of pain in the teeth, especially if these holes are not visible or not treated. Usually these invisible holes can be found at the top of your dental crown or between your two teeth, making them difficult to detect or reach.
In addition, the presence of tooth pressure with solid food, or because your teeth are unsteady can also cause complaints of pain in your teeth. The presence of tilted molars or molar teeth that do not grow perfectly can also trigger complaints of pain in the tooth area.
However, all of this needs to be done directly by the dentist, so the doctor can see and do a direct examination on the area of your teeth that are often sick. If necessary, the doctor will conduct a supporting examination, such as a radiological examination to ensure there are no problems originating from the area of your teeth and jaw. The examination results will be a reference for doctors in providing care and treatment,
For now, you should start identifying triggers or those that start why your teeth hurt, such as toothaches after consuming sweet foods and drinks, or because you consume hard foods. So you can prevent this complaint from recurring, but you still need to do a dental examination to determine the general condition of your dental health and oral cavity. Drink plenty of water and clean the food after eating with a toothbrush.
Thus the info we can convey.