The big teeth in the lower row had decayed teeth, and then the doctor sealed the teeth after root canal treatment for a month. There was nothing wrong on the first day after sealing. That night, I ate with the sealed teeth, and then had occlusal pain, which was a little stuffy and painful when I pressed with my hand. It doesn't hurt if you don't touch it, and it doesn't hurt like before. I feel that the dental nerve is gone, but this pain is that you can't eat. What should I do? Now it's the fourth day. It's better to take metronidazole and anti-inflammatory drugs. It's a little uncomfortable and painful when your teeth bite. You can't eat
His pain and his current inflammation and infection still have certain related factors. If you can, I think you should pay attention to it and give him a treatment as soon as possible to prevent his condition from becoming more serious, and then try to eat less spicy things.
There may be some inflammation in local gums. It is suggested to continue taking some metronidazole and anti-inflammatory drugs. Recently, eat some soft and rotten food, mainly liquid food, eat less greasy fried food, and avoid spicy and irritating food.
Take metronidazole and cephalosporin. If you take them at the same time, it may have a certain effect, but it can't fundamentally treat your teeth. Try to go to a regular hospital to see if the treatment is better. How about the treatment? Is there any situation where it has not been done in place
After root canal treatment, the tooth still has pain. This situation is caused by bacterial infection. It is recommended that you drink more water, have more rest, eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, avoid spicy seafood, take oral antibiotics for anti infection treatment, and go to the hospital for review regularly