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Cotrimoxazole for dental infection

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doctor1 MD

what antibiotic for a broken rotten tooth under the gum. maybe something I could get at pharmacy since I can't see dentist for 3 days

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I have a dental infection, have taken penicillin vk 500mg 4 times daily for 10 days and it has not completely killed the infection. Should I be concerned and what alternatives should I pursue. ...

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My daughter XXXXXXX had a dental infection and suffering with pain. I took her to the dentist . The doctor removed the puss from the swollen area of the infection via injection. He had prescribed ...

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I have had alot of stress and trauma-and have had years of dental infections leading to tooth loss ... if the infections over the years have damaged my heart ...

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I am taking pencillian for an abscess tooth. The tooth pain has been relieved greatly in the past few days. However, my lymph glands are swollen under neath my neck near my jaw bone. I have a dentist appointment for next Monday. Should I be more...

Public Forum Discussions

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i have some kind of whole or gap in my gums located in my left side near the back behind where my wisdom teeth were taken out. recently there has been food getting stuck back there and i dont notice it until i develop a nasty taste in my mouth and...

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, however, I was given amoxicillin because of a dental infection. The infection cleared up quickly. Then I ... for the dental infection.Please advise. ...

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Pregnant pt 9 weeks pregnant, has not been seen by OB/gyn yet (disadvantaged) and has dental infection presenting as swelling. Pt needs treatment and administration of local anesthetic, antibiotic ...

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Can I use nitrofurantoin to help treat a dental infection if that is all I have available at this time? I don t have a regular dentist and it isn t easy for me to get antibiotics. I need 2 take ...

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to remove three teeth beccause those three teeth got infected. I m 58 yrs old.I have already removed few teeth earlier.now I don t want to remove any of my teeth. can my infected teeth can be corrected ...

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I have had reactions to biaxin when I was young high fever and brake outs and I have been givin clindamycin to elp with a dental infection should I not take it? the doctor said the chance of a reaction ...

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I think I have a sinus infection, but it could also be related to necessary dental work to be done ... this be the result of a dental infection? I have a few broken teeth (bicuspids and molars), but my nerves ...

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, not soft, which was peculiar. Is it an infection, bone fragment, what? ...

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and thought it had healed. However, the infection continues. I have been in the process of moving, changing ...

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Hi I am jus writing about a concern I have had a tooth infection for about 3 months now I have used ... have the infection. I am having a root canal done and have an app in two weeks. I am also worried about ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hi there could be dental infection. Please see dentist

doctor1 MD

Also you should contact a dentist to exclude any dental infection.