What Is A Pain In The Teeth?

April 08 00:49 2019 Print This Article

It is defined as a disorder in which there is a problem in the teeth. In this there is a loss of calcium in the teeth and loss of organic matter too. It leads to destruction of teeth and may lead to pain. It also leads to sensitivity too cold as well as hot. It is unbearable in some cases such as the irreversible pulpits. It is bearable in the case of reversible pulpits. It occurs due to the exposure of pulp.

What are the signs and symptoms of Pain in the teeth?

It includes the sensitivity too cold as well as hot. It is unbearable in some cases such as the irreversible pulpits. The pain is radiating and is non bearable. It increases during the night time as the patient lies down. He is not able to eat or drink anything. He has a constant and a throbbing pain. He is not able to sleep properly. In severe cases one may see a swelling later on.

How Pain in the teeth can be diagnosed?

It includes the use of visual examination and a patient history. It includes the type and extent of caries. If the caries is present in dentin and is reversible in nature it can be treated with the help of restoration. If the caries is present in pulp and is irreversible in nature it can be treated with the help of root canal treatment. One can also use the hot as well as cold water. It can be also done with the help of diagnodent as well as the x ray. No single method is reliable till date.

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