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... part of me doesnt want to tell the pre op nurses iv had an infection and then hope nothing shows up but then i feel i should just fes up but that might mean delaying my op which iv waited for a year for.Should i fess up or not? ... (0 replies)
... day the pain spread to the entire right side of my mouth in both my top and bottom sets of teeth. The pain was so bad that I ended up going to the emergency room for painkillers and antibiotics because OTC medication wasn't helping. ... (1 replies)
... for the past few years i have had an infected tooth, recently i had gotten a root canal. the infection was really severe and the tooth was abcessed. it made me feel pretty lousy for along time. ... (7 replies)

... One course of antibiotics even if you didn't need them would not be dangerous. Think of how many people each day receive a prescription for antibiotics even thought their illness is a virus or something else that ultimately needs to resolve itself and isn't helped by antibiotics. ... (4 replies)
... o enter after the root canals and crowns. I had the first one extracted quite a few years ago and I'm going to have another extraction shortly, as the prescribed antibiotics are not helping at all. ... (5 replies)
... I've had an infection in my tooth for 4 days now. Today is also the 4th day I've been on penecillin. The pain is so severe, still, that I do not know what to do. ... (2 replies)
... I had a tooth infection in my 1st lower left molar June 2014, dentist gave me 5 day course of Amoxicillin 500mg 3 times per day and to have root canal. Antibiotics made no difference to the pain. Root canal was carried out July 2014 and the tooth settled for a few weeks, then came the pain and sensitivity. ... (5 replies)
... Is some information regarding what antibiotics, if any, would be the most effective against this type of infection.....I have no money or insurance for a Dental visit, so needless to say, my options are few....... ... (6 replies)
... I have no idea if that antibiotic will or will not work for the type of infection that you have going on in your mouth, but I will tell you that you need to find some way to get to a dentist. ... (6 replies)
... I have been going crazy for several months now trying to get a diagnosis for recurrent lower jaw pain. I have had the wisdom tooth in that area pulled and have two crowns on the two back molars. ... (6 replies)
... re problems with two RC i researched and found that a well executed RC should not hurt at all after at most two weeks. RC on mollars are extremely difficult even for an experienced endodontist specialist. ... (5 replies)
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... ot canal yesterday on my upper front tooth. I have been experiencing weird facial twitchness and tightness all over my face. I was not able to treat the infected tooth right away since I was pregnant so the bacteria may have spread. ... (5 replies)
... I've been on antibiotics for 5 days and they are not working. I have a severe very painful gum infection spreading to my jawbone and neck. This is caused by tooth with internal root asorption for which I got a referral for new specialist in 4 days. ... (2 replies)
... Are you taking antibiotics for your infection? ... (2 replies)
... If your on antibiotics for an infection with these two teeth then the infection may start creeping back after 10 days. Call and ask your dentist if you should have a refill so that your on it when the teeth are being pulled. ... (1 replies)
... small abcess, it had no pain, the teeth in the area had no real pain or sensitivity to hot or cold. I did have a tightness in my jaw, and I had a constant fever for several days prior, I was also excessively over tired. ... (6 replies)
... it means the infection is already under control. ... (3 replies)
... Sounds to me you have an absess which is an infection under the gum. Wash your mouth out as mush as you can with hot salt water. ... (2 replies)
... You may need a different antibiotic. Not all dental infections are created equal. The reason dentists don't like to pull an infected tooth is that infected teeth can be difficult to get numb. This does not mean that it can't be done though. It just proves to be more difficult at times. ... (2 replies)

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