“It’s probably cavities.”
That’s what you are going to hear when you come across people who are suffering from a toothache. To be honest, we don’t blame them for assuming that.
However, the thing about toothaches is that you don’t just experience them because of cavities. There are several other reasons because of which you face this issue.
It May Be Because Of Other Health Problems
This might come of across as a surprise to you but toothaches are directly connected to certain diseases and health problems. In fact, even sinuses can lead to toothaches and sore gums.
Toothaches are also common for people who have a habit of grinding their teeth during sleep, or in general.
On a related note, when you grind your teeth too hard, it results in the enamel wearing off and leaving the nerves being exposed. As a result, you may experience some sensitivity in your teeth.
There have also been cases where people have complained about tooth sensitivity after they underwent surgery. In such situations, the culprit is the inflammation of pulp tissue in gums.
Wrong Angle of the Wisdom Tooth
Our wisdom teeth begin erupting between the ages of 17 and 21. When they do, they push through the skin and cause pain.
This is in itself can be quite painful but the pain can worsen if the teeth come out at an incorrect angle. In most cases, dentists recommend tooth extractions. However, this treatment may not always be needed.
This disease is also referred to as the ‘gum disease’ and can result in infection and inflammation in gums, if not addressed immediately. What’s worse is that it can lead to several other health problems which include oral cancer, diabetes and vitamin deficiency.
A Mouth Infection
Do you have a throbbing pain in your mouth? Well then the problem doesn’t lie with cavities. It’s actually a sign that you have a mouth infection, which is not an uncommon diagnosis.
Lack of Dental Care
There is a reason why dentists place so much emphasis on regular dental check-ups. Regularly visiting the dentists and getting a dental check-up can help ensure that your teeth are in good condition.
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