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... I have generally taken penicillin before and after the work. this method has totally taken care of the infection. Sometimes if a tooth is open too long it will become infected and if all is not gone at the time of the work being done it can aggravate it. If in doubt I would ask the Dr. ... (5 replies)
... Im getting a tooth pulled because its infected. Its not being pulled until a week after the antibiotics I was given run out. Is that normal? ... (5 replies)
... The antibiotics should do a good enough job to keep the infection in check even though you are waiting an add'l week for the tooth to be pulled after the meds are stopped or finished. ... (5 replies)

... was unbearable but I made it into the dentist yesteraday who gave me antibiotics and pain killers. ... (2 replies)
... I have an infection at the base of a front tooth & small abcess has emerged on the gum in front of it. Had rootcanal that turned out ok otherwise. He gave me penicillin twice (a week each) & now I'm on two stronger antibiotics. Took them for 5 days & can't see any change, how long does it take that stuff to work? He mumbled about seeing a dental surgeon next to clean out... (5 replies)
... Icc and Robyn, thank you both for your helpful replies. Boy have I got a story to tell. As I said, I had penicillin for 2weeks then Ampicillin + Medronazole for a week. This past Mon after seeing the Endo started feeling terrible, like the flu. I had a fever 101.5, ached all over, just wiped out. Yesterday I got little red bumps. Turned out it's delayed allergic reaction... (5 replies)
... removal was the best solution and I'm glad I did it. In the long run I think removal would be much better, as I anticipate many future infections in the problem tooth in future. ... (3 replies)
... d my cheek has once again swelled, proceeded down towards the lymphs, and it all hurts, plus I have a headache in the back of my head on that side. At least the tooth doesn't hurt anymore, the wound with stitches is healing well. ... (2 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)
... 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)
... but pulling a severely infected tooth is often avoided as the toxins released can enter the blood through the extraction site. ... (3 replies)
... You can pull an infected tooth but it also depends on the degree of infection. Most dentist will put his patient on antibiotic first and pull the tooth 2 weeks later. It takes about 10 days of taking antibiotics to clear up most infections. ... (2 replies)
... The simple answer is it DEPENDS. A course of antibiotics will kill the infection, temporarily. ... (2 replies)
... My teeth don't hurt now that we did the root canals. The pain comes and goes. When i do get the pain its sharp and stabbing in the socket where the wisdom tooth was removed. I have a lot of tightness in the jaw area . Ive also notice my back gums turn white alot. ... (4 replies)
... but I am slightly wary to take them in case it affects the outcome of the bone scan. Will taking the antibiotics affect it's outcome? ... (16 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)
... PLease tell me that a tooth that has infection (I am on antibiotics but it is round 4 and still infected and sore) WILL still numb up enough to be comfortably extracted. I'm scared to death here that it's going to hurt. Help. (1 replies)
Jan 9, 2002
... ok, i have a wierd question for you all...i have an infected tooth that i can't afford to get fixed yet, so my dr. wrote me a prescription for an antibiotic. ... (0 replies)
Tooth infection?
Dec 8, 2013
... Yes, an infected tooth can cause you to get very sick. If you are feeling really sick you should seek medical treatment as soon as possible. You can develop a tooth abscess that can become a true emergency if not taken care of properly. Do you have any swelling around the tooth? ... (3 replies)
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