Yes, abcessed tooth cause heart problem.
can Keflex be used for abcessed tooth
An abcessed tooth can lead to an infection of the soft tissues in the face. If not treated it can spread to the brain causing brain damage or death.
Yes, it can even kill you.
No, you need anti-Biotics. Antibiotics may treat the symptoms but the only cure would be a root canal or extraction. Certainly if a functional tooth the root canal is the way to go.
Yes, amoxicillin is good for abcessed teeth. It is one of the best antibiotics for abcessed teeth actually! I know because i have always had majoe teeth problems and have tried an been prescribed numerous medications for abcessed teeth and its always worked the best for me!
You can have an abscess in the tissue around the tooth, yes, but there's usually a cause for the infection and cavities are a good source of bacteria for an infection.
There are many symptoms associated with tooth decay. These symptoms include sensitivity, cavities, and in some cases degrees of tooth pain.
There are quite a few symptoms of tooth infection such as fever. Other symptoms of tooth infection include smelly drainage and pain.
Worst case an abcessed tooth... which is horrifyingly painful.
Cleftin is a prescription drug that treats infections caused by bacteria. Since an abscessed tooth is infected, the Cleftin should be helpful in treating it.
Dry mouth is a common (and sometimes severe) problem. It is when the mouth fails to provide enough saliva. Two symptoms include tooth decay, and lack of saliva.
A severe tooth pain can be relieved by using clove oil or baking soda.
Noise coming from the area of the chain and in severe cases it will jump a tooth and the engine will run very badly with no power.
You should not wait to make an apt. with your doctor. The doctor is the person that will provide you with the diagnosis and treatment you need. A relative had these symptoms so bad that he went to the emergency room. It turned out to be both an abcessed tooth and a resulting trigeminus nerve pain. The tooth had to be extracted.
Yes it can! A family member of mine had an abcessed tooth and got very sick because it is poison coming from the tooth. It goes into your body. If you do not get the tooth removed soon you will run into health problems that may end up fatal.
Ice, but you should see dentist so they can prescribe antibiotics. Infection like that can kill someone.
An abscess on a molar tooth can burst into the brain though rarely.
The most obvious symptom is swollen gums or jaw; you may appear as if you have a big lump of something in your cheek. You also will probably have a bad toothache but not always. (I personally had a toothache for several days, then woke up one day with the toothache gone but with a swollen jaw; I had to go on antibiotics to treat the infection, and eventually had the tooth extracted.)
Sounds like an abcessed tooth. You should go to a dentist and have it checked.
Your gums bright red too? It's probably abcessed. See a dentist immediately!
I am a recent vetern of an abcessed tooth, and yes...it does. the abcess is an infection deep inside the root, that has reached it's way to the surface, causing severe pain, and swelling. It can also cause fevers, and loss of appitite(fear of the pain). If not drained, either on it's own(not recommended at all), or by a doctor/dentist, the infection can spread at a moderate rate causing need for hospital addmitance. Be carefull! spreading infection could lead to very bad results...it could threaten your life. Get to a doctor a.s.a.p. It could get real serious!