I would say it is very, very rare. But anything can happen, I guess. Instruments are sterilized after every patient and kept in the package they were sterilized in until just before the patient is seated. To get any sort of infection from a dental office would be very rare. And the staph infection probably came from an outside source and got into the mouth, not from the instruments or dental office. That is my opinion. Causing death; I have no idea how long it would take between contacting staph and dying from it. That would be something you probably need to talk to your doctor about.
only if you tell the dentist
MRSA stands for methicilin-resistant staph aureus. MRSA is a type of staph, and a MRSA infection is a kind of staph infection.
It is possible to get a staph infection from sitting on a toilet. You can get a staph infection by touching any surface which has the bacteria on it.
The correct spelling is "staph infection." "Staph" is shorthand for staphylococcus, a kind of bacteria.
Most people have staph infection without realizing it, only the infection isn't bad. Staph gets into your skin by cuts. So yes, you will get staph infection (most likely) if you touch someone with the infection.
a palin and simple answer for you, NO.
why would you have a staph infection in the neck? What is the cause of this?
Staphylococcus causes staph infection
A yeast infection is caused by a fungus, and staph by a bacterium; but a yeast infection of the skin can cause skin compromise that makes it easier for a staph infection to occur.
If a dog has staph, then yes. It is possible to pass staph from animal to person, and from person to person. Staph is an infectious disease.
How long does it take to get rid of staph infection
Yes, staph infection is caused by staphylococcus bacteria.
30% of people in the U.S carry staph bacteria in their skin.
Michael Jackson had staph infection that spread throughout his face and body.
Yes and it can get extremely high as a staph infection is a terrible one to have
DEPENDS ON IF IT IS A STAPH SKIN INFECTION (WHICH YES YOU COULD POSSIBLY CONTRACT IT THAT WAY) OR IF IT IS A RESPIRATORY STAPH INFECTION (WHICH CAN BE AIRBORNE)
Staph is not a typical cause of hepatitis.
Not washing hands after using the bathroom. Improper cleaning procedures. Open wounds, sores, scratches.
How about cleaning the area thoroughly and gently and then applying New Zealand Manuka honey...
General staph infection info: http://www.goaskalice.columbia.edu/2109.html
In order to be safe from staph Infection you gotta bath and continue washing your hands
Cellulose is a starch made by plants; it is not made by staph infection.
A skin discoloration is not necessarily a staph infection. However, if one has a staph infection, it should be treated with antibiotics. A skin culture should first be taken, however, to ensure that the strain of staph is not multi-drug resistant.