Cold pain after cutting teeth before crown gold teeth
Q: I’m a woman in my early 30s. Before prosthetics, I cut my teeth to get crown treatment with gold teeth. I mean, straight teeth, not cavities. The pain has been burning for five days. Is it because you cut it to the nerve?
The doctor didn’t give any explanation.
I had my teeth trimmed 14 years ago when I was prosthetic. The prosthesis has fallen a little recently. So the glue melts and falls off, and then it’s peeled off again. It’s not a cavity. The nurse deleted it because she had to trim her teeth before prosthetics. If you don’t have a cavity, don’t you think you don’t have to peel it? You’re gonna put your hands back on the nerves, and you’re gonna cut them close to the nerves, and you’re gonna get cold and sore? I don’t know why because I cut a lot.
The tooth hurts and the doctor doesn’t explain it. They say that the prognosis is not good if you do neurological treatment. It was a tooth cavity on the other side, but it’s different from a tooth cavity because it’s okay after neurological treatment 비아그라 파는곳
A: The teeth were covered in two layers surrounding the nerves. The outer layer is a hard enamel layer and the inner layer is a bit soft ivory layer. If you have a cavity only in the enamel layer or the upper part of the ivory when treating a cavity, you won’t experience any nerve problems or discomfort after the treatment. However, there is a cavity deep in the ivory, which can cause nerve irritation if treated.
After treatment, the remaining ivory part can be supported by the force of chewing, which may put a weak pressure on the nerves. This is the case when it is cold or chewed for some time after cavity treatment. Currently, it is one of the symptoms that occurs temporarily after tooth removal, and if you are careful of foods that can irritate your nerves such as cold and tough food for the time being, the ivory inside your teeth will gradually disappear. It is usually recommended to keep the precautions for two to six months. I think you deleted a little more teeth to secure space for crown prosthesis. Don’t worry.