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Chewing Tips After a Rest

Chewing Tips After a Rest

After restoring one or more teeth, the pain and tenderness of the teeth can last for hours or even days after the procedure. This makes the sound Food and drink is uncomfortable

Fortunately, by following a few guidelines and avoiding foods that can cause problems after the restoration, you can greatly reduce discomfort:.

Chew slowly and bite down gently: The bite exerts a lot of pressure on the teeth and this can make them sore after a restoration. When chewing your food, do it slowly and try not to bite until the end; this will prevent the impact of the contact between the teeth. If possible, chew on the opposite side of the restoration.

Keep mouth closed when chewing: Even cold air can trigger pain in sensitive teeth. Consequently, in addition to good manners, keep your mouth closed while chewing decreases the chance of the cold air in the mouth and cause pain

Avoid sticky foods:. For some restorations, especially metal (amalgam), wait a time after the procedure. . Eating sticky foods can, in rare cases, release the new restoration, so it is best to avoid them for a period of time

Avoid very hot drinks or too cold: Moderate temperatures are less likely to trigger pain in teeth . sensitive

Avoid sweets: sugary foods and drinks cause sensitivity in some people and can promote the growth of bacteria around the restorations

Do not chew nuts, hard candy or ice:. in addition to cause undue pressure on the teeth while they are still recovering, biting hard foods can loosen the new restoration that is not yet properly accommodated. This is particularly important for the metal fillings (amalgam), because they take longer to accommodate than with resin (tooth-colored).

Always follow the recommendations of your dentist about chewing tips, foods should be avoided after the procedure, and how long should you wait to eat solid food after the restoration.

If your teeth remain tender for several weeks after a restoration, or if the pain increases rather than decreases over time , consult your dentist for causes and possible solutions. Sometimes a small, painless adjustment like sanding a higher area of ​​a restoration is enough to relieve the pain. In other cases, sensitivity may be the sign of a more serious problem. Learn more about dental restorations Colgate Oral Health Information Center


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