It is unlikely that you will die from an infected tooth. If it abscesses, you may wish you were dead. Having said that, yes it is extremely remotely possible that you could die from an untreated infected tooth.
Yes you can die from an abscessed tooth. If you have Ludwig's angina, which affects parts of the face and the lower jaw. It usually occurs in adults suffering from a tooth abscess that was never treated. The danger is that it can grow enough to block the airways of the patient who's suffering from it, and cause suffocation leading to death.
The toad will die immediately.
Pus is toxic, so yeah. You won't die from it necessarily (*I am not a doctor*) but it CAN make you sick. Think of when you have a sinus infection or post nasal drip. Usually that is ingested and can make you sick as well. ~ T
A tooth can die do to dental diseases. They also can die from lack of proper care and preventatives.
You will not die from tooth decay, but you can die of complications such as an infection that goes to the brain or heart.
It is possible to die from a boil but it is unlikely. If a boil is left untreated or becomes extremely abscessed, it can develop severe complications and/or infections.
Arthur Tooth died in 1931.
does you die when you lose a tooth