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Toothache is a pretty annoying and unpleasant situation that almost everyone has met at least once in their lifetime. However, toothache is a disease that has a solution and develops due to various reasons. So, what causes toothache? What kind of situations do trigger dental pain and how dental pain is resolved?
Tooth pain during or after meals: A sharp toothache occurs during or within the first half hour after meals, by intake of food waste to the decay on teeth and by the affection of acid that is produced by these foods to the tooth nerve. The pain of tooth, which is cleaned from food waste with the help of toothbrush or dental floss, heals for a short time. In order to prevent this type of toothache again, it should be applied to the dentist and the necessity treatment should be done.
Unrelieved Toothache: This type of toothache, which usually occurs at night, is a long duration. Due to the progressive tooth decay, the death of the tooth nerve and the infection of the tooth bring about a swollen area around the tooth or on face. In such a situation, it is very difficult to relieve toothache. To relieve toothache, it is first necessary to remove food wastes on the tooth surface. When it is confronted with an unrelieved toothache, an analgesic that is recommended by the dentist or antibiotic that will get under control the infection in tooth should be taken. However, it is absolutely necessary to apply to the dentist to intervene to the infected tooth.
Injuries: Injuries in the face area, jaw and teeth occur as a result of physical trauma. Fractures and cracks occur in the jaw or in the teeth as a result of trauma, and even the tooth may get out. In such this kind of injuries, the patient should be delivered to the dentist as soon as possible. If there is a broken tooth part, this broken tooth part should be kept and it should be consulted to the nearest dentist. Dental injuries are often encountered at children, at traffic accidents and at sportsmen. Sportsmen use a number of tools to protect themselves from dental injuries. One of the important conditions that can be encountered as a result of trauma is the removal of the tooth from the bone socket. The shape and duration of delivery of the tooth to the dentist is very important if the tooth is removed from its socket. The tooth should be kept from the crown part and not from the root part so that it does not damage the tissues and is easily restored to the tooth cavity. The tooth held from the crown part should be washed with water without scrubbing to remove foreign matter. The toothbrush should not be used in this process. The cleaned tooth should be delivered to the dentist within thirty minutes by being stored in physiological serum, milk or patient's cheek.
Is a complete covering of the tooth with an aesthetic material. The most preferred materials are zirconium and porcelain coating.
Orthodontics is a special branch that provides proper setting the teeth onto the dentures, diagnosis and treatment of facial deformity.
Is all artificial formations that treat aesthetic impairments, replace the lost teeth and fulfill the needs aesthetically and functionally
Is the removal of pulp that contains vessel and nerve packs from its own place in the tooth. The root canal treatment is performed when the pulp of the tooth is infected so that it will not be able to improve anymore.
Is the removal of staining on the tooth. Tooth whitening is performed by using blue light and bleaching gel on the teeth, teeth bright with a little hue instantly.
Decay, bone loss and root canal problems, which could not be recognized in medical examination, can be easily detected.