The best antibiotic for an abscessed tooth can depend on how bad the infection is and which the dentist prefers. Sometimes penicillin is best if the infection is bad. Amoxicillin is part of the penicillin family and is associated with the treatment of abscessed teeth.
Penicillin is used for bacterial infections, such as an abscessed tooth becoming infected. Penicillin should not be taken for viral infections like the Flu.
Any penicillin based medication will help. That would work wonderfully and should be fairly cheap.
ammoxicillin usually, if you don't have an allergy toward it.
i was given a script of Penicillin VK 500mg for my abscessed tooth so I'm assumeing yest.
You should not give a horse oral Penicillin. Oral Penicillin can seriously disrupt normal microorganisms in the digestive tract which can cause diarrhea and abdominal pain (colic). For an abscessed tooth you may need to give Injectable Penicillin, but never oral. It would be best to contact a equine veterinarian and possibly an equine dentist, as the tooth may need to be removed.
If there is redness around the tooth and or swelling.
Penicillin or amoxycillin is the primary choice. But 15% of people are allergic to that antibiotic. Only a dentist or a physician can chose the best antibiotic for you.
An abscess is basically an infection of the tooth. It usually begins at the root of the tooth, and is associated commonly with a cavity. So basically, one way to possibly get an abscessed tooth is to have a cavity with an infection.