Pain is a defensive reaction from your body. Whether it is minor or extreme; the tangible trigger is there to tell you something isn’t right something that comes from the inside out. Dental pain is no exception to this rule. It is a type of responsive nerve pain that radiates from inside your teeth when they are presented with certain stimuli.
And below are the common stimuli that cause dental pain:
You Have a Cavity
A cavity is a little hole in a tooth that is brought about by tooth decay. Whenever harmful acid eats away the hard external layer of your teeth, called enamel, it debilitates your tooth letting holes form. From the get-go, a cavity probably won’t cause you any side effects. In the long run, pain and uneasiness can start if the cavity gets big and close enough to the nerves inside the tooth. Indeed, even a … Read More