Toothache is not Fatal But it is Life-Threatening

Toothache is not fatal, but it is life-threatening. Many people have toothache experience. However, due to work and other factors, they have to wait for a while before they can see the dentist. During the window period before consultation, it is recommended that you follow the recommendations of the British National Health Service and implement the 4 “required” and 2 “no” principles to urgently relieve pain and avoid deterioration.

Toothache is deadly, the possible reasons are these
According to the “Patient” website, common causes of toothache:

(1) Tooth decay: When the human body eats sugary food, the bacteria in the mouth will break down the sugar and release acid. Over time, the acid will erode a hole in the tooth enamel, and bacteria and their toxins will have a chance to invade the pulp and cause tooth decay.

(2) Periodontal infection: Infection occurs between teeth and gums. If your gums become inflamed, there may be deep spaces between your gums and teeth. Bacteria will multiply in these spaces, which may cause severe pain and cause bone loss.

(3) Pericoronitis: It usually occurs on sprouting teeth, especially wisdom teeth. The dentist will remove food debris and bacteria around the teeth. If the infection shows signs of spreading, analgesics and antibiotics may be needed.

(4) Trauma: Biting food or objects that are too hard may cause injuries to the bones and ligaments around the teeth. Eat softer foods and rest for a few days to have a chance to recover.

(5) Sinusitis: When the sinuses are inflamed, it may cause pain in the upper row of teeth.

Toothache before seeing a doctor 4 “Yes” 2 “No”
According to the recommendations of the British National Health Service:

Four essentials

(1) Take painkillers, such as ibuprofen or paracetamol, but children under 16 should not take aspirin. Please consult a pharmacist.

(2) Gargle with salt water (do not try for children)

(3) Use analgesic gel

(4) Eat softer foods, such as yogurt or scrambled eggs, and try to avoid chewing on the teeth.

Two no

(1) Don’t eat sweet, hot or cold food.

(2) Don’t smoke, it may worsen the condition

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Toothache is not fatal, but it is life-threatening. Many people have toothache experience. However, due to work and other factors, they have to wait for a while before they can see the dentist

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