ammoxicillin usually, if you don't have an allergy toward it.
Go to a dentist you can get very sick from an abscessed tooth. Probably antibiotics are required to clear the infection
Most likely not, as the problem with abscessed teeth is that the tooth is damaged and allowing bacteria into the pulp and root cavity. While antibiotics may clear up the infection for now, they will not prevent another infection after you are off of the antibiotics. Nor will they prevent the tooth from becoming more damaged. Unfortunately, the only cure for a bad tooth is a visit to the dentist or oral surgeon's chair.
I don't know if your situation is that same as mine but my 4 year old has an abscessed tooth and the dentist said anitbiotics wouldn't help that the tooth needed to be extracted and a spacer put in its place.
Abscessed means infection and if it ruptures, this means that fluid will spill in to your mouth which could cause further infection the best thing to do is to see a dentist who will give you antibiotics.
Good question. Dairy can bind certain types of antibiotics. Often times antibiotics are prescribed for a abscesesd tooth. Always follow the directions give with the prescription medication dispensed from the pharmacy.
YES! In fact getting the offending tooth out of your mouth will result in the infection going away faster. The only time a tooth should not be taken out in the presence of an infection is when the gum tissue around wisdom teeth is infected. These should be treated with antibiotics first to avoid spreading the infection into the neck.
Yes, you should have an abscessed tooth either removed (or a root canal) done. It depends on what the dentist says. First, the dentist will put you on antibiotics to be sure the abscess is cleared up and then do the procedure. Most dentists prefer to save your teeth if at all possible so discuss the root canal as an option.
An infected tooth is an abscessed tooth. You need antibiotics quickly so you don't allow the infection to get out of control (sepsis). Sepsis is the infection poisoning the blood stream and infecting the body so severely, it can cause death. See a reputatable dentist, take antibiotics (the full course). If you don't complete the antibiotic therapy, the infection can linger and return resistant to the same antibiotic, requiring more in depth therapy.
Your dentist will know which type is right for you. I had an abscessed tooth too. I had to be on antibiotics for 4 weeks to get rid of the infection. Then I had to have a root canal done. It did not hurt at all and I am afraid of the dentist. Amoxicillin, Biaxin or clindamycin are often used in treating dental infections.
If there is redness around the tooth and or swelling.
Yes, an abscessed tooth often results in raised serum c reactive levels.
Get the tooth fixed and the swelling will settle by itself.
Yes, they can be extracted. Once removed, the infection will probably clear up without antibiotics.
Oddly enough, many famous people have died from an abscessed tooth. For example, fashion designer, Hugo Boss, and Jethro Tull musician, John Glasscock, both died from abscessed teeth.
Abscessed tooth only happens for three reasons; when teeth are damaged such as an untreated cavity, a person brushed their teeth properly, and lastly the gum diseases. Those are the three causes to an abscessed tooth.
Definitely - specifically and upper wisdom tooth. Often the roots of wisdom teeth run into the sinus cavity and even some of the upper molars. If the tooth is abscessed and infected, it can cause serious problems. Infections in the mouth runs two ways, to the heart or to the brain. Always, get an abscessed tooth treated immediately.
Not likely. However, that person you kissed better get some antibiotics or it will spread throughout his/her system causing some major health problems.
It´s not encouraged to take antibiotics when pregnant but sometimes you have to. The abcess can spread to the bloodstream. You need to go to the dentist and have this taken care of.