How to remove nervous pain in the teeth and gums ?
hi my mother has nervous pain in in her mouth gum s her age 54 years dose she use artificial teeth (removable). this pain is from 12 years and now she removed her all teeth. and she had problem of bed breath this happens when she sleep how this nervous pain goes...
Hi Mudit, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
Is she Diabetic or Hypertensive? She may be having Gum Sensitivity, you should get her examined by a Orthodontist, so that he can examine her thoroughly and Prescribe medications. Since she is having Bad Oral Breath, which is called Halitosis, she is not taking good care of her artificial teeth and also her oral hygiene. Kindly take her to the Orthodontist at the earliest.
hi welcome to health care magic;
dear the set of artificial teeth which your mother is using how many years old? u know our mouth goes through changes with age.so ill fitting dentures (may b partial or complete )can lead to pain and regarding bad breath she is suppose to tk gud care of her oral hygeine,brushing of artificial teeth, twice a day, massaging gums thrice a day,use of mouthwashes is recommemded.
my mother is not diabetic her blood sugar is 106 and her blood pressure is normal.
she remove her last teeth three months she want to use artificial teeth but because of pain she is confused
her question was that
is she use artificial teeth when there is pain(nervous pain) in gum.
tile there is no set of artificial teeth now
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