The main causes of tooth pain and its treatment

dental pain is a disease that most disliked most people, besides making a reduced appetite due to pain in the tooth, also cause severe pain, the general solution is usually done to relieve pain in the tooth is pulling teeth.
This article will discuss about the toothache and handling in addition to pulling teeth, the following explanation:

toothache

Caries is the collective name for tooth decay in the enamel (substance in the crown of the teeth), cementum (substance in the roots of teeth), and dentine (the substance in the middle between the crown and roots). Teeth can decay because of certain bacteria that produce lactic acid from the fermentation of carbohydrates such as sucrose, fructose, and glucose.

Teeth consist mainly of minerals that are constantly undergoing a process of demineralization and remineralization. Demineralization occurs because the use of the teeth, mainly because of eating foods that contain acid. Remineralization of the teeth occurs with the help of saliva, fluoride toothpaste, and mouthwash. When the pH on the surface of the tooth drops below 5.5 for lactic acid produced by bacteria, demineralization faster than remineralization that the tooth “overdrawn” minerals. This can lead to
cavities.

Cavities should be handled by the dentist in order not to develop into severe and should be repealed, or even cause dangerous infections. The dentist will drill holes to clear the damage and then patch the teeth with implants.

2. Loose teeth

Loose teeth can be very painful when chewing food. The cause of loose teeth usually is a disease of the gums (gingivitis, periodontitis), although it can also be caused by an accident or collision. To cope with a loose tooth, the dentist must eliminate gum disease by cleaning teeth (scaling) and treatment. Teeth are a little rocker can still be strengthened by the tether to the nearby teeth. Teeth that are rocking in all directions should be revoked.

3. Gum erosion

Gums that erosion will expose the roots to become sensitive to foods / drinks hot, cold and sour. Erosion of the gums can be caused by brushing too hard or because of gum disease.

Gum erosion takes place gradually in a long time so it is more common in those aged over 40 years. Sufferers do not notice or take seriously until it becomes a problem. When the cause of erosion is too hard to brush your teeth, you have to replace the brush with a more refined and reduced pressure.

Gum erosion can only be corrected with gum grafts, a plastic surgery procedure that can only be done by a specialist dentist.

4. Dental root canal infections

An infected root canal can be very painful with pain that spreads to other areas of the face and skull. The body defend itself from infection and cause inflammation. It sometimes happens abscess (pus) in the roots of teeth can be fixed in the jawbone patient for years and constantly spread the bacteria into the bloodstream of patients.

Dental root canal infections can make the tooth die and should be repealed. Maintaining a dead tooth is not an option. The use of herbs, vitamins, or even prescription antibiotics usually do not solve the problem if no intervening extraction and cleaning of root canals of teeth and surrounding tissues.

What can you do when a toothache?

Pain that can disturb you subtract by taking paracetamol, Ponstan or other pain relievers. If your toothache is severe, you should immediately consult a dentist.worldtechnologycenter

may be useful ….
Healthy regards …^^

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  1. […] When the pH on the surface of the tooth drops below 5.5 for lactic acid produced by bacteria, demineralization faster than remineralization that the tooth ‘overdrawn’ minerals. This can lead to cavities. Read more on Root Canal Infections […]

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