We have experienced infection in teeth several times in our family and we use Colloidal Silver (500 ppms -- important!) both internally and topically. My mother was told about 3 years ago that she needed a root canal. She was in great pain. We used the Silver and the tooth was saved and she has not had the root canal. I have saved my own teeth with Silver several times. As I write, I have some kind of large swelling on my gum -- on the bone. I'm here looking for information, but I know what I will do already and that is use the Silver first. A root canal is the last choice for me as I have three of them and they cause me daily trouble. In fact, the swelling is just above a tooth that had a root canal.
Colloidal Silver is very dangerous. http://homepages.together.net/~rjstan/
The decay (Caries) getting on the nerve wont cause a staph infection. HOWEVER, Dirty or improperly sterilized instruments, or bacteria on the hands/gloves of the doctor or assistant can cause cross-contamination resulting in staph infection I would think.
viral infection herpes simplex the virus seats its self at the root of a nerve after the initial infection and for some unknown reason sometimes stress related erupts to the surface then retreats back.
your getting on my nerve
It hurts like a Bxtch
Leprosy is most common treatable infection, which causes sensory nerve damage.
can you numb a nerve on your head to stop getting headach from shingels
Yes. If the sugar is less well controlled they may be more likely to get an infection. Also, if they have any circulation or nerve problems they should avoid getting them to far down the arms and legs. If the sugar is well controlled and they have no nerve or circulation problems there should be no problem getting a tattoo.
A nerve cell can be injured in many ways. One was is a direct attack on the nerve cell from an external force such as an infection. Another way is when the organism is attacked and the nerve cells are damaged during the attack.
Go to the dentist! You can not run around with a infection in your tooth. If you think you have a infection in your tooth that is enough reson to go to the dentist. They know if a nerve is infected or inflamed. -------- Even if it is inflamed that means that the dental nerve is infected with bacteria, and if left untreated it can lead to gangrene and root treatment. See this video about infection of the dental nerve http://www.checkdent.com/en/videos/tooth-inflammation-159.html
tactile (Merkel) discs
It is not often that accidents occur when someone is getting their blood drawn. Blood draws are done many times with nothing occuring. Although nerve injury can occur and also infection.
Seems that infection from the root canal of the teeth have passed to your maxillary sinus near your facial nerve branches. Better consult your physician.
Infection is always a risk with any piercing. The lip area has no nerve endings to damage so is risk free there. If the piercing is too low, it can cause gum decay.
One of the more common conditions is Bell's Palsy, stemming from an injury or infection to a facial nerve.
you should ask a vet. The primary concern is to avoid an infection.
Nerve root effacement refers to nerve root compression. This is an issue where the root of the nerve is compressed into the spine before exiting it, which can cause some painful back symptoms.
Trigeminal (V) cranial nerveYou have a nerve that is inside the tooth. Anytime you have a toothache it is the nerve that is infection. Not all toothaches are due to infection.You can have pain due to the possibility of a cavity, gum disease, or even your wisdom teeth (the human mouth usually does not have room for wisdom teeth causing the to push against the teeth in front of them.Do not wait to long going to the dentist as it can get worse and can get very expensive.Hope this helps!
NO. Meningitis is an infection of your meninges, the membranes that surrounds the brain and spinal cord. It is usually caused by a virus or bacterial infection. Generally, your body's immune system is able to contain and defeat these infections. However, when an infection gets into your bloodstream, it can make its way to your brain's membranes and cause inflammation. This swelling can harm or destroy nerve cells and cause bleeding in the brain.
You will feel pain.
You could have nerve damage or an infection. You need to be evaluated to check for a possible infection. You might need some antibiotics.
because of the progression of the infection which it can infect the nerve at the back of the neck and cause it to spasm and result in regidity.
Yes, if there is enough pressure in the sinuses it can impinge on the facial or trigeminal nerve and cause numbness in the face. However, this would be a very severe sinus infection and any numbness in the face should be reported to your doctor immediately to help prevent permanent nerve damage.
You didn't say which meaning of the word you wanted to use. Nerve can mean a part of the body. Nerve pain can be a symptom of diabetes. The brain is made of many nerve cells. Nerve can also mean courage. He had the nerve to face the giant when nobody else would. You can also use nerve as a slang. "To get on one's nerves" means to bother or annoy one. "You are getting on my last nerve," Mom warned.
No but you may learn how to spell.