When the nerve in the tooth’s root or the area around the tooth is irritated, a toothache or pain results, the most likely reasons of dental pain are infection, decay, injury, or loss of a tooth. After an extraction, there may be some discomfort.
An outer layer of enamel protects the nerves inside your teeth when they are healthy.
The enamel can wear away with time. Any food or drink that reaches your teeth’s nerve endings can cause pain.
When pain radiates to the jaw from another part of the body, it can appear as if it is coming from the tooth. The jaw joint, the ear, the sinuses, and even the heart are among the most commonly affected areas.
It is possible to develop gum disease and tooth decay due to the presence of bacteria in your mouth. Occasionally, gum disease does not cause any discomfort.
Dental problems can be avoided with regular flossing, fluoride toothpaste, and twice-yearly professional cleanings. Fluoride and sealants, which are incredibly useful for children’s teeth, can be applied by the dentist.
This video is an overview of all the reasons of toothache. Watch the full video to find out.