Toothache is an annoying thing. Many of our activities are disrupted because of a toothache. For ordinary toothaches, we might go to the dentist and ask for medication to get rid of them. But sometimes we find a toothache that cannot be cured by drugs and makes us stressed. Prayer for healing can help to heal teeth that have long been incurable. You might think this is normal, but in fact, a toothache can cause death in some cases. Therefore you cannot underestimate this prayer for protection.
Cavities will be marked with discoloration of the teeth, you can recognize them with black, gray or brown stains – in the form of lines or dots that will eventually widen.
When not treated for a long time, the pulp layer will become infected and will form an abscess around the dental bones. If so, will cause pain and fever in patients.
If left untreated, a dental abscess will spread into the tissue space, swelling can occur on the face and skin. Dental abscesses also cause spatial tissue infections and can cause shortness of breath, difficulty swallowing, and even death. Cases of cavities that continue to die are rare, but not impossible. This occurs when infection from cavities spreads to the brain.
Besides, cavities have a relationship with heart disease. The closest explanation is that cavities can cause gum problems. Here researchers found that gum disease increases the risk of heart disease. They also argue that a worsening heart condition can also be caused by inflammation caused by periodontal problems (gum disease). Similarly, a stroke. There is an oral infection problem in people with cerebrovascular ischemia – a condition in which insufficient blood flow is carried to the brain, which triggers an ischemic stroke. Both of these diseases can cause death.
Cavities also cause various diseases. One of them is Rheumatoid – an autoimmune disorder that lasts a long time so it impacts joint pain. Patients with this disease must remove abscessed teeth because removing infected tissue can help regain the health of sufferers. Likewise, with an intestinal disease (gastrointestinal), oral infections can be a trigger because you are constantly swallowing pus from the gums and teeth.