Teeth pain:


sensitivity to hot and cold foods and this sort of pain may never go away, while others may have excruciating tooth pain due to infection, nerve damage and decay. The cause does not matter as there is sometimes nothing worse than having teeth pain. This sort of pain, if gets severe, can prevent a person from eating, sleeping, talking and even concentrating so it is essential that this sort of pain be dealt with as soon as it arises. It is normally seen that some tooth pain can be fought with painkillers and special toothpastes, but most will require the attention of a dental professional.
Main causes:
Usually toothaches occur either when the gums are inflamed or when the nerves of the teeth become irritated and these are the main causes. Generally tooth pain is an indication that some part of the tooth's structure has been damaged whether it's the pulp, the dentin or the outer enamel. It is seen that in most cases pain caused by cavities and caries can be taken care of by visiting a dentist and having the area drilled out and replaced with a filling. Dental damage like chipping and cracking is an obvious source of tooth pain and this sort of damage will definitely require a trip to the dentist for veneers, bridges or dental implants depending on the severity of the problem of pain.
Other causes:
Dental abscesses, which are puss-filled areas that appear in the mouth when the nerve of a tooth has been infected, either eventually burst, or they need to be drained and treated with antibiotics which is absolutely essential for further solutions to pain. It is also noted that an abscess can indicate dental injury or decay so anyone who develops one should contact a dentist immediately. When wisdom teeth erupt and begin to cause tooth pain, often these teeth will need to be extracted so that they do not create infection and crowding in other teeth and then cause pain.
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