IMPORTANT: Aimed at the general public, the Bücco Guide is a general educational guide. Its content presents some of the most common dental practices. However, there are many approaches and philosophies in dentistry and your dentist / specialist will be able to advise you on what he believes to be the most appropriate for your oral health. Do not hesitate to consult a dentist / specialist for more information.
Trigeminal nerve neuralgia can cause intense pain at the slightest touch of the face. Seizures can occur repeatedly over several days or weeks and headaches can also occur. This pathology can be detected by your dentist who will check if the origin is dental. If necessary, he or she will refer you to a specialist doctor.
Paracetamol or acetaminophen can relieve this type of neuralgia. However, it is best to consult your dentist as soon as possible to get a specialist’s opinion on this condition. He could use injections, surgery or appropriate medication to treat this condition.
Painful gums (adult)
Sore gums (baby)
Diffuse pain affecting a part of the face (facial neuralgia or trigeminal neuralgia)
Pain in one milk tooth
Pain following extraction of wisdom teeth, impacted tooth
Pain following the extraction of one or more teeth (dry alveolitis)
Pain at pressure
Pain in the salivary glands