Tooth decay. About Dental caries, bacteria, acid and how to detect a incipient caries in a tooth?

Tooth decay (caries) occurs when bacteria on teeth convert sugar to acid. The acid is gradually dissolves the tooth's surface, and the hole is formed. The first signs of caries may be milk white areas on the teeth - they are often seen along the gumline. It may also be darker areas on the teeth chewing surfaces or on the tooth surfaces, which face each other. When there has been a greater dissolution of tooth surface (enamel) may break small pieces of the tooth, and suddenly you see a hole.

What can be done by an incipient caries in a tooth?

If you discover an incipient hole, you can stop the disintegration of the tooth by brushing the bacteria away from the decay at least twice a day and flossing once a day, by limiting their consumption of sugar and by fluoride treating the beginning decay. Dentist or dental hygienist can paint chewing surface if it is the start caries found. - Click and read about caries in children's teeth >>

Symptoms of caries

A caries in a tooth gives no early symptoms. As the attack goes deeper, there is bustle and easy toothache when you eat something sweet, hot or cold. When caries attack goes really deep, you get a permanent toothache, followed by a bad taste in your mouth. The bad taste caused by food particles collected in the hole and the tooth broken. Toothache becomes more intense when lying down. Often it is difficult to determine which tooth pain comes from. Broadly, there are two kinds of tooth aches. One is where the nerve in a tooth has been irritated as a result of caries in the tooth or for a new filling of the tooth or a layer on the tooth. And the second is the inflammation around the tooth root tip inside the jaw, because the nerve is dead and infected by bacteria due to the impact on the tooth or caries in the tooth or a large filling in the tooth. Toothache feels like pounding in tooth or jaw. At the same time the tooth will typically be very sensitive to the cold / hot and sweet / sour. Other symptoms may include pain on chewing, tension in the jaw and swelling outside of the tooth (dental abscess), possibly fever.

What can be done by a slight toothache?

A slight toothache or a little tooth ache can be managed with painkillers, but the book simultaneously appointment with your dentist before it gets worse, because it gets. Tooth pain is best relieved with Ibuprofen which can be purchased over the counter under the name Ipren. Can be combined with Panodil to enhance the effect. - Recommended dosage: Ipren 400 to 600 mg three times daily. Panodil 250-500 mg three times daily. Pain from the gingival and oropharyngeal treated with Chlorhexidine (0.1-0.2%) of 2 to 3 times daily in combination with Ipren, Panodil or aspirin as a painkiller. Is penicillin good for pain when you have a tooth ache? Yes, infection with pain treated with penicillin to be printed by the doctor or dentist. Severe pain requiring dental care right away.

When the dentist drilling

Why drill dentist? The apparent gap represents only a very small portion of the tooth, which are affected by caries. Since it is very important that all the diseased tissue is removed, the dentist will need to get drilled. Once it often hurts to get bored this is because the holes are almost always in favor of the dental bone, where the small nerve canals lie, but fortunately there are so local anesthetic. Is the gap so large that there is a charge for the choice between a tooth-colored plastic or silver amalgam. The choice depends on where in the tooth row and the hole where the tooth sits. However, amalgam is not used in children. - Click to read whether silver and mercury fillings in your teeth is a health risk >>

Caries - tooth decay

Caries frequency. There is a risk of tooth decay from the first milk teeth erupt. And it does not matter whether there will be holes in the milk teeth, although there comes a new set of teeth. When you have to take care of milk teeth is due to their importance for growth of the jaws and hence very little space between the permanent teeth. Tooth decay can get whole life, but from 30-40 years of age seem tendency to decline. In return, reporting dental disease periodontitis (dental solution) is unfortunately often too earnest. In addition to brushing, or if one has problems with periodontal disease and sensitive teeth are recommended fluoro rinsing with, for example FLUX mouthwash which has a high content of fluorine (0.2% NaF), which forces the tooth enamel, and prevent the holes, and caries. FLUX available in pharmacies or dentist.

Dental chewing gum, sugarless

Daily chewing sugarless gum for example V6 with xylitol and urea is a pretty good idea, since the production of saliva is increased and the mechanical machining of chewing gum between your teeth helps to keep them clean. Every time you eat and drink your teeth are attacked by acids, which gives decay because the pH of the mouth falls. When the pH value decreases the risk of caries holes. If you chew eg dentistry V6 after a meal restores your mouth's natural pH level and reduces the risk of caries. Furthermore, it is possible to buy fluoride chewing gum pharmacist if you have great tendency to caries.

What can you do to prevent tooth decay?

The best thing you can do is keep a good oral hygiene. Brush teeth and floss and / or toothpicks every day, avoid sugary snacks, reduce the sugar content of food, use fluoride toothpaste to strengthen enamel and go regularly to the dentist. A healthy set of teeth is very important for the ability to chew, speak and in relation to one's quality of life. A set of teeth filled with holes is not only about appearance and aesthetics, but will also lead to bad breath. That's because old stuck in the holes nooks, which are difficult to remove by normal brushing. Fortunately, most of the day regularly to the dentist, so the caries are discovered, while they are still small. Small caries holes can be closed with a small load (seal). If the caries are large, the tooth may still be salvaged with an artificial tooth crown. However, the cost of a crown far greater than for a filling. Is the gap so large that the tooth can not be saved with a crown, it must be pulled out. If this happens the one time after another, leads to caries ultimately tooth looseness.

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