It will eventually become infected. Once its infected you'll have to get it pulled. Advice: seek the help of a dentist immediately.
An HSV-infected newborn is treated immediately with intravenous antiviral drugs such as acyclovir. Eye infections are treated with trifluridine drops.
Small cracks in the teeth can be treated by filling them with a plastic resin by a dentist.
It's called an "abscess" and needs to be treated by a dentist before it gets infected.
The infected teeth should be treated immediately by an expert dentist. Otherwise, it can cause great problems and related other health problems too. Don’t wait for getting into a more severe condition. Better to check up with the dentist and get the right treatment on time. Learn more: @charlestonoralandfacialsurgery
If the tooth has decay diagnosed by a dentist, a sealant is not recommended. A cavity needs to be treated with a filling or a crown. Ask your dentist. Sealants should only be placed on teeth that are cavity-free.
Babies get chlamydia during vaginal birth to an infected mother. They don't get infected before birth. An infected baby must be treated.
i don't know how it is treated but i do know how it came. it came from infected rats that got infected by fleas.
Infants born to infected mothers may be treated with medications even if they show few or no signs of infection.
It depends on a number of factors. If the baby tooth is infected, it needs to be treated. If the baby tooth is not expected to be lost for several months or years, it needs to be treated. On the other hand, if the baby tooth is close to being exfoliated (naturally lost), then a filling may not be necessary. You need to discuss your options with a qualified dentist. Failure to properly treat baby teeth can lead to severe and expensive problems in the future.
YES. The bacteria in the wound can spread if it is not treated. Better get it treated :D
it can be treated with high doses of antibiotics. it can be prevented by not touching the infected person