Toothache only at night. The cause of severe toothache, especially at night; It is the enlargement of our veins at night due to hormonal differences. Inflammation at the root tip creates circulation disorder in the tooth and this causes pressure.
How to prevent pain in your teeth
Apply a mild fluoride rinse that contains 20-30% fluoride. You can also buy a fluoride rinse to use daily. Avoid chewing gum or other soft food or drinks. If you eat or drink food in gum, it should be chewing gum with no pulp. The pulp contains an enzyme that dissolves sugar and prevents you from chewing your gum.
- Avoid eating or drinking coffee as it contains caffeine.
- Avoid alcohol.
- Avoid smoking and take a daily aspirin with your daily medicine.
- Keep your breath in the evening, especially if you have difficulty breathing at night, by filling your mouth with water.
- Keep your teeth clean by brushing frequently.
- Get regular exercise. Exercise will cause blood to flow to your muscles and reduce the pressure at your head.
- Drink enough water daily to prevent tooth decay.
- Take care of your breath.
- If you have difficulty sleeping, then you can rest easier.
- Be aware of the side effects of medicines.
Treatment of Bacterial
Bacterial infections are common but they can sometimes be difficult to treat because of the difficulty of finding the cause of the infection. The most common bacteria that you will see are Streptococcus and Staphylococcus. Staph infections are most frequently caused by: Staphylococcus aureus The most common cause of strep infections in the mouth is infection by bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus, which is the bacteria that causes strep throat.
Streptococcus aureus, although common, is not usually the source of infection in many people.
Other infections include: Staphylococcus epidermidis Staphylococcus epidermidis infection in the mouth is often caused by infection with a gram-positive or gram-negative strep gram-negative bacteria. Gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria cannot grow in our mouth and may cause oral infections. Gram-negative bacteria cause more serious infections than gram-positive bacteria because they can cause blood infections such as gingivitis (inflammation of gums and larynx).
Staphylococcus aureus (staph) is the most common cause of oral infections in children and adults because it is often the first, or commonest, cause of the problem. Staph has a strong infection action, and it is able to stick to and kill our teeth. Staph infections can be severe and involve gum, tooth and nerve damage, pain, numbness, swelling, itching, discharge, bleeding from the mouth and skin rash. This bacteria can be found in the mouth or in the skin or in stool.
It is important to note that many children and adults with staph infections will not see any symptoms at all but a few may have a burning, itchy or itchy feeling in the mouth. In severe cases of staph infection, children will have a staph-like pain and swelling with the pain moving from the mouth, all the way up the cheeks, and up to the eyes (hollowness). In severe cases of staph infection, children and adults will have a staph-like pain and swelling with the pain moving from the mouth, all the way up the cheeks, and up to the eyes (hollowness).
Staphylococcus aureus The most common cause of staph infection is staph bacteria in the mouth (stapha). Staph bacteria can be found in the skin (staphylococci) or in the stool (staphylococci urinatis). Staph bacteria are spread from person to person through the air (transmission of bacteria in the body).