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Can an infection from your wisdom teeth cause an infection in your brain or cause death?

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2015-07-15 20:44:33
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An infected tooth can cause death. But it isn't really from infecting your brain. It will go into your airways and swell them up then you can't breath. A tooth infection can become very serious.

The infection can go into your bloodstream. A person I knew was very sick; they did all these tests. His wife insisted it was his teeth, and it was!!!!!!!!!

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