Inflammation after tooth crown treatment
Q: I’m a woman in my late 30s. I have a toothache. Seven years ago, I covered my second tooth with gold from the back of the upper left. I’m suddenly getting a throbbing. I went to the dentist after leaving early yesterday afternoon because of the severe pain. I took an X-ray. He said he didn’t have a cavity and has a slight inflammation.
First of all, I got a prescription for 3 days’ worth of medicine. If the pain doesn’t go away after taking this, you should get neurological treatment. I’ve never received it before, how long does it take to treat it? I’m an office worker, so I only have time to go to the dentist on weekends. We need to start the treatment soon, right? I have pain even if I take prescription medicine, is it okay if I take other painkillers? 비아그라구매
A: Molar neuropathy usually requires two to three visits to the dentist. Once a few days or once a week. First of all, get neurological treatment. Then the pain will go away.
If the pain is severe, it is okay to take additional painkillers within the maximum daily dose.