- May 7, 2019
Hi, so I went to the dentist a little over a week ago and the damage seemed to be minor. However ever since yesterday, both sides of my back teeth seem really sensitive. There also seems to be something sticking out from some of the teeth: it's weird, they don't feel like holes, but more like there's just something jutting out from the gum line, at the bottom of the teeth. I can't really see anything wrong in a mirror, but I'm no dentist, so I don't know. My biggest concern is that I have been using a prescription mouthwash for a week, which calls for me to rinse my teeth after brushing. I fear this mouthwash is the culprit, because: the toothpaste can't work if you just spit it out again, can it? The mouthwash is meant to kill bad bacteria, that are there because of my gum infection, but I'm afraid it has done more bad than good. This sucks, I don't want all of my teeth to have freaking cavities, I have always taken care of them. I can take one or two, like the dentist claimed I had just a week ago, but not five and more. I have not eaten sugar or even carbs in weeks. I'm at loss on what to try here.