Frequently Asked Questions
What is Dental Infection or Tooth abcess?
Dental infection, also know as tooth abcess occuers when the bacteria or abcess invades the pulp and spreads out to surrounding tissue. If untreated it can cause tooth septis where the bacteria spreads thoughout your entire blood stream.
How to treat Dental Infection?
If you have dental infection, it is important to get treated immediately. To treat dental infections, there are two antibiotics most recommended by the CDC, penicillin or amoxicillin. Most common side effects of either treatment is mild nausea, diarrhea, and viginal itching.
How long does antibiotics take to cure Dental Infection?
Significant improvements occur with three to five days. Most people experience relief with 48 hours. Antibiotics help reduce the infection but do not eliminate it. A dentist will need to remove abcessed tooth to get rid of all the infection.
How to cure Dental Infection without going to the doctor?
Prescription medicine is needed to treat dental infection., but you do not need to visit the doctor's office in person to get a prescription. Technology has made doctor visits online quick and easy. Just complete an online consultation visit and a prescription can be sent to a local pharmacy.
What antibiotics can be used to treat Dental Infection?
Dental infections are mostly treated with antibiotics. The most effective and recommended treatment for dental infection is the prescribing of penicillin or amoxicillin.
How to cure Dental infection over the counter?
No over the counter treatment exist for dental infection. The CDC recommended treatment for dental infection requires a prescription, but you do not need to visit the doctor's office in person to get a prescription. Technology has made doctor visits online quick and easy. Just complete an online consultation visit and a prescription can be sent to a local pharmacy.