Inflammation of the root of the teeth after neuro therapy
Q: I’m a woman in her early 30s living abroad. Three years ago, I had a nerve treatment for my molarsis. At that time, the doctor did not recommend a crown, so he filled it with resin. Resin ingredients kept falling out, so I filled it up more than five times. I sometimes took antibiotics because I got inflamed.
Recently, gum inflammation has occurred and resin components have fallen out. I went to another hospital and took an X-ray and found an inflammation at the root of my teeth.
What the doctor says is that the doctor who treated you before did the wrong neurological treatment and you keep getting inflammation. He said that there is only a 50% chance that neuro therapy will ease, and that the only way to do it is to implant your teeth after getting them removed is because there is a risk of breaking them.
I tried to relieve the inflammation by taking antibiotics to avoid getting my teeth removed, but the antibiotics didn’t work well. I don’t have pain, but I have inflammation in my gums near the root of my teeth.
Amoxicillin antibiotics did not improve, so I took a stronger Augustine antibiotic, but they didn’t improve either. I’m worried that the hospital facilities where I live are poor and I can’t trust my doctor.
Can’t you do nerve therapy if your gums are still inflamed?
Is there any other treatment besides antibiotics?
It is difficult to get treatment in Korea. I’m living with a hole in my tooth, and if I have to get my teeth removed, I’d like to get an implant treatment in Korea. It’s very expensive here.
The only way is to get a treatment on a business trip to Korea in a few months, but the problem is that you can’t take more than a week off.
Can you put implant screws and so on in it? Do I have to visit the hospital with my teeth removed in advance to get treatment?
A: Neuropathy is a treatment that removes inflammation of dental dimensions from cavities and fills this space with medicine. Inflammation can occur again at any time 복합기임대
Inflammation usually results in near-end abscess at the root of the teeth.
Depending on the patient’s condition, a root-endectomy can be performed, or teeth can be removed if severe. Antibiotics are meaningless (drugs are not implemented for inflammation). The cause of inflammation is in the dimensions, so antibiotics should not be taken.
First of all, keep your mouth clean to prevent secondary infections until you come to Korea and get treatment. You can put out the urgent fire in about a week.