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Abdominal TB, cheek bone infection. History of coma, depression. Non-surgical treatment to cure cheek bone infection?

hi i am am suffering from abdominal tb but during my medicine cource i found some layer of bone like growing on my teeth , when consulted with dentist he said the cheek bone is infected n have to be removved n replaced by artifical bone, but i want to get cured without operating as i was into coma few months ago along with this tb i had been into depression pls advice
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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hello and welcome to hcm,
secondary infection after TB is very rare in the jaw. you have not mentioned exactly that what sort of infection had been told to you by your dentist and I guess it must be jaw bone.
you can consult to ORAL MEDICINE specialty in this case. they will the report and well guide you as the problem you have mentioned is not specified.
Answered: Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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