Toothache

Lukas Gentara | 2/16/2010 12:58:00 AM | 0 comments

A hollow tooth is not due to worms such as the opinion of those in the ancient times. This theory lasted until the 1700s until Willoughby Miller an American dentist who worked at the University of Berlin found the cause of tooth decay. He found that cavities caused by the meeting between the bacteria and sugar. Bacteria will convert sugar from food into acids remaining that caused the teeth to acid environment (natural environment should be the base of teeth) and the acid is what ultimately makes a small hole in the tooth enamel.

When a hole occurs in the tooth enamel, we have dental pain. However, a small hole next to the email can be a gap of food and bacteria will make a bigger hole to hole in dentin. At this time we will feel the pains in the teeth when eating. If allowed, the hole until the hole will be nervous that we will begin to feel a toothache. This process will not stop until the end teeth are gone and only the remaining tooth root.

Toothache can not be considered an eye like some people thought, because if ignored, can make the teeth becomes swollen and inflamed. Also cavities can be a means of entrance channel into the germ line of blood that can cause kidney disease, lung, heart and other diseases.

In order not getting worse, so if you have a cavity you should visit your dentist immediately to treat it. Although many people do not like going to the dentist with a reason not care about the state of teeth, expensive worried, afraid or ashamed ridiculed for broken teeth, but going to the dentist is the best solution to overcome a toothache. Cavity can not heal by itself. Although, perhaps after suffering from a toothache, the pain may be gone but not improve the situation of teeth. Teeth will remain hollow, even the hole will keep getting bigger.

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