It is VERY IMPORTANT to drink lots and lots of water (7-14 glasses a day), and eventually you'll sweat out the infection and it goes away. This has happened twice to me in three years. Both times, everyone around said I was crazy and that I needed to go to the dentist. And yet, after a lot of TLC and about two days of bed rest and massage, it goes away. That is a lot better than paying the dentist hundreds of dollars. Don't listen to the fear-based B.S. -- your body is an amazing thing and TLC, massage, cleansing and rest/low stress levels are key to healing. I am not a professional -- and this could be dangerous for others -- but for me it worked. The reason for my tooth infection was a cracked tooth.
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I would recommend purchasing the odor-free garlic -- because of the amount you would take and the frequency. Usually I take a handful on the first dose and then a few tablets every few hours. Don't worry, you won't overdose on garlic. But as I mentioned, the odor-free garlic is much better for this. If you don't have tablets handy, fresh garlic works too. However, I only recommend it as a last resort. Rather just take a clove of garlic and chew it up, and some day, you'll understand why. Garlic capsules get a lot more in your system a lot easier than chewing up several cloves of garlic. I've had numerous infections in the past and it works.
And a natural means of dealing with the pain is clove oil. Although it tastes horrible, it numbs the gums and eases the pain. As as aside, I haven't taken antibiotics since I was a child. I'm 36 now and my infections are few and far between.
See a dentist.
A Dentist or Endodontist.
A tooth extraction can get an infection. A dentist or doctor will have to prescribe antibiotics to help clear the infection.
the tooth goes black when the root dies from infection. you gotta go dentist
This sort of treatment is delivered by a qualified dentist.
The dosage of Augmentin for a tooth infection is decided upon by your doctor or dentist. Never taken medicine that is not prescribed by a doctor.
Tooth pain will usually not go away if it is caused by extensive decay. In that case, the only answer is to go to the dentist. It may not be as expensive as you think, to get the tooth pulled. Usually the dentist will charge around $80 for an extraction (depending on region where you are) and something similar for the exam. Beats having a toothache. See your dentist if the pain persists
Tooth extraction is not recommended if the gum area around the specific tooth is swollen. This means there might be an infection in the area and tooth removal can only worsen it. Visit your dentist as soon as possible. If you currently don't have a dentist, call 877-639-0820. It's a free service that would assist you in finding the right dentist based on your needs, insurance (if you have one) and the affordability.
Very possibly an infection; you must see a dentist.
You need to see your dentist, because you could have an infection.
No Tell your dentist you might have an infection
Go to a dentist you can get very sick from an abscessed tooth. Probably antibiotics are required to clear the infection
Yes! You must go to the dentist. Only a dentist can give you the proper treatment.
A dentist can do that type of work.
To prevent any infection that may occur.
Call your dentist for a round of antibotic to clear the infection. Make an appt to have the tooth repaired and keep the appt.
A tooth infection will not go away until it is treated by a dentist. If antibiotics are prescribed and dental work is performed to remove the infection it should resolve within 7 to 10 days.
DENTIST!! Do not attempt this on your own. You will be at risk of severe infection if not done properly.
Possibly. If the tooth is infected the infection may be affecting the eye you should see a doctor or dentist.
A dentist will usually prescribe you antibiotics (to help reduce the infection). Then you may need the tooth removed. Which does cure the abscess.
it could, the root canal treatment may have failed. ________________________________ Yes, this is possible and it sounds as though the tooth is infected or cracked. You should consult with your dentist. -Thornhill Dentist www.bcdentalcare.ca
See your dentist right away. That loose tooth could be harboring an infection if not removed fairly soon.
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No, that's a sign of infection. Go back to your dentist and get some antibiotics.
I've taken clindamycin for tooth infections before. Though, I had to ask my dentist specifically for clindamycin, because amoxicillin does not work well enough for me to clear up the infection.