My front teeth are undergoing root canal treatment. Now I'm burying the medicine. The teeth next to the front teeth are not damaged or caries. It doesn't hurt at all before root canal treatment. After burying the medicine, the front teeth hurt badly, and then the teeth next to me are sore. Knocking will hurt and pressing will also hurt. What's the matter?
The nerves and blood vessels of the whole face are basically connected, and pain in adjacent periodontal parts is also a common phenomenon. It is recommended that you change the dressing on time according to the doctor's advice. Generally, root canal treatment needs to be carried out about 2 ~ 3 times, which is also related to the detailed condition of the individual. You can change the dressing on time according to the doctor's advice, and relevant repairs will be carried out after the systematic root canal treatment. For your position, you may need to wear porcelain crowns.
The pain of adjacent teeth after root canal treatment may be related to the stimulation of teeth during root canal treatment, or it may be caused by bacterial or inflammatory infection. The patient can gargle with compound chlorhexidine gargle to alleviate the oral hygiene environment.
Oral hygiene is not well controlled, dental caries are not treated in time, and develop into pulpitis. During root canal treatment, periapical inflammation may occur. You can take some cefixime and metronidazole for anti-inflammatory treatment. You can go to the stomatology department of the hospital for examination, local jaw adjustment, regular follow-up and dressing change, which will gradually improve. Maintain oral hygiene and regular follow-up.