Acute toothache cannot be ignored or endured. And the lack of competent treatment entails the development of serious complications. Pain is a warning signal of the body for the presence of failures in its work, arising as a result of irritation of certain receptors. In case of toothache, these are periodontal and pulp receptors. To cope with pain, it is imperative to find out the causes.
One of the most common causes of toothache is the presence of superficial or secondary caries, which causes partial or complete destruction of hard dental tissues and is accompanied by regular acute pain. At the initial stage of development, it proceeds without any particular symptoms. But gradually the teeth affected by caries begin to show increased sensitivity to various kinds of stimuli (chemical, mechanical, temperature).
Unpleasant pain is even a sip of hot tea, eaten ice cream or the usual procedure for brushing your teeth.
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Dental implantation is one of the few procedures that can not only visually restore the integrity of the dentition, but also restore its functionality. During the procedure, an artificial element imitating the root of the tooth is implanted into the bone tissue of the jaw, after which a crown is fixed on it, which can be made of ceramic, plastic, cermet or any other material, depending on the wishes of the client. The One-to-One Clinic invites you to use the dental implant service and regain a beautiful and confident smile.
Why do dentists recommend dental implants?
Dental implants have a huge range of benefits. The main advantages of the procedure are:
Aesthetics – depending on the selected material, implants may not differ from real teeth. Continue reading
Acute pulpitis is manifested by severe pulsating pains that can give in the temporal, ophthalmic, ear region. But if earlier the only method of treating the disease was the complete removal of the damaged tooth, now dentistry has moved much further and the tooth can be saved.
Pulpitis is an inflammatory process in the very middle of the tooth, most often caused by streptococcal infection. Under the enamel and dentin is the pulp, soft connective tissue. Its inflammation brings a person a lot of unpleasant pain.
Causes of pulp inflammation:
penetration of bacteria and toxins due to untreated caries;
injuries to the tooth or gingival region;
the use of strong antibiotics. Continue reading