Sometimes it is not immediately possible to turn todentist, when the tooth is hurt under the crown. What to do in this case? It is necessary to imagine well the possible causes and consequences of the pathological process.
Sometimes you can ease some discomfort with the help of folk remedies. But let's take a closer look at why the tooth hurts under a prosthesis or crown. And we will understand how in this case it is possible to help ourselves.
The tooth is hurt under the crown. What to do? Folk remedies
If there is still a visit to the dentistfor a while, you can take off uncomfortable sensations with proven analgesics. Or try to help yourself with folk remedies. One such recipe is a mixture of novocaine with a raw egg protein and a fine salt. This solution should be rinsed as often as possible. A paste from garlic, salt, soda and hydrogen peroxide also helps. If the tooth is hurt under the crown (what to do in this case, only the doctor knows), then this composition needs to be smeared with the gum two times a day.
Well helps rinse with sage, root aira andinstant coffee. From the broth of herbs you can make baths. You can make a mixture of salt, sugar, ground pepper and vinegar. All this you need to boil and melt over a small fire. Then cool and, while the mixture is still warm, form a ball. Apply to the sore gum. All home remedies are only a temporary measure. Remember this.
The tooth is hurt under the crown. What to do? Going to the dentist
First, the doctor will remove all the uncomfortable sensations, andthen explores the oral cavity. He must understand the cause of inflammation. This will in the future prevent the repetition of an unpleasant situation with your tooth.
If you have many crowns, prostheses and bridges inthe reason can be associated with one or more objects. Do not forget that all plug-in designs have a shelf life. Often a person forgets that the crown has served the required time and requires replacement. In this case, pain and discomfort are a signal. You need to listen to him and visit a dentist. Under the crowns, various pathological processes often start and go unnoticed. In some cases, re-prosthesis may be required. Sometimes a more appropriate method will be dental implantation. Reviews about this method of treatment are often positive. It avoids inflammation of the gums and exacerbations of periodontitis. Also a common problem is loosening of teeth, caries under the crown and pain in the nerves. This is due to increased load. Crowns should be inspected by a dentist every six months. And not only they, but also the teeth next to them, the gums and the oral cavity as a whole. Every five years, you need to take an x-ray of both jaws. Indeed, at present, the nerve of the tooth is often not removed before prosthetics. This can provoke a reaction to various (temperature, mechanical) effects. You must always remember about hygiene, as well as avoid eating too hot or cold foods. And remember, to prevent problems with the teeth is much easier than then to treat them.</ p>>