No, that will not cause a sinus infection.
Well, it isn't exactly that simple.....if it is an upper tooth and that tooth's roots rest right up against the maxilary sinus - like it does in many people - a deep cavity can irritate the nerve and the sinus will also become irritated. In the case of an extraction, there is a definite link between teeth and sinus infections. So, never say never.
no it isnot
After having a cavity filled you're most likely to be experiencing numbness. You may not be able to speak for a while. But if numbness has gone away you should feel fine.
That is the correct spelling of "abscessed" (having a cavity or pocket, as from infection).
No. But if the nerve in the filled tooth died after having the filling placed it could cause pain that could mimic a sinus or ear infection. A new filling that is "high" in your bite could also cause sensitivity to biting or cold in a short period of time.
You can get rid of a cavity by having the tooth pulled. If you want to keep it, you have to have it filled.
The cost of having a cavity filled depends on the charge of the dentist. The charge also depends on the person. Some people may develop infections or need another procedure done in relation to the cavity filling increasing the charge.
as it is a space filled with a fluid, it holds the organs of the animal!
I'm having a dentist look at my cavity tomorrow.
Dentists make sure that the filling is cured before you leave their office. So, you could drink water as soon as your appointment is over.
No after infection of staphylococcus
No, you typically get trichomoniasis from having sex with someone who's infected. It's not a bacterial infection, but a protozoal infection.
Having a bladder infection is not too bad as long as you get it treated, but a kidney infection can become a pretty serious problem.