24 Nov Palpitations in the tooths: causes, symptoms and treatments
Palpitations in the tooths
A severe toothache can be so unpleasant that it can even impair your daily activity. Before the minimum discomfort of teeth, it is advisable to go to your trusted dentist, in order to study, diagnose and treat the problem before it worsens.
But… What is toothache? It is the consequence of an accumulation of pus produced by advanced caries at the pulp level, which invades, inflames and affects the gingival tissue, causing intense pain in the form of beats.
In our Gallardo Giménez dental clinic we are professional dentists, our extensive experience and the excellent results obtained are more than reason enough to choose us to treat any oral problem, or in this case, tooth palpitation.
Causes of palpitations in tooths
When a tooth suffers palpitations it is because it is damaged. The main causes of this pain have names: cavities and bacteria. Both agents attack the teeth causing oral pathologies.
Cavities and bacteria damage oral health and can cause: inflammation and infection in the pulp, gums and sinusitis.
Symptoms of toothache
Knowing the symptoms of toothache in detail is important. Any suspicion will serve as a warning or alarm to go to the dental specialist.
- Throbbing pain
- Tooth sensitivity
- Sore and tender jaw
- Halitosis or bad breath
- Physical discomfort
Treatments for palpitations in the tooths
To properly treat palpitations in teeth, it is vitally important to attend a dental professional, he will give you the necessary guidelines to combat the discomfort.
However, if you want to calm the pain while you go to your consultation, we recommend that you:
- Rinse your mouth with lukewarm water or with water and salt.
- Use dental floss to remove the accumulated plaque between your teeth.
- Take over-the-counter oral pain relievers to relieve discomfort, always consulting your pharmacist.
- Avoid putting the pain reliever on the gum, otherwise it could burn your gum tissue.
If you have any symptoms of toothache, swollen gums, fever, bad breath, pain for more than two days in a row, we remind you that it is essential to make an appointment with your dentist.
The Gallardo Giménez Clinic is your ideal clinic to treat and combat tooth palpitation problems and any other pathology. We are at your entire disposal to improve your oral health. Enjoy a pain-free, healthy and radiant smile!