Can an abscess in the roof of your mouth due to a toothache cause more serious problems from the pus spreading into your sinuses?
This is nothing to fool around with. This infection could actually spread through to your blood stream, and then you will be in worse trouble. Call your Doctor and get this treated.
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Could abscessed teeth be the problem if a 9-year-old dog has a lump of pus on the side of its mouth and discharge in one eye and he will not let anyone touch it?
Answer . Sounds like your dog has an abscessed tooth, and the infection is spreading. An abscess in a human can be as deadly as appendicitis left untreated. Of course he wo…n't let anyone touch it, it must hurt dreadfully. PLEASE take the poor thing to a vet. You may be in time to get it treated successfully, so you won't have to have it put to sleep. What are you waiting for? If you had an abscess in your mouth that hurt dreadfully, and had pus oozing out of one eye, I'm sure you'd be on the way to the hospital, or at least a dentist. Think about it. Your dog is suffering. Please help him.. Answer . I agree, what are you waiting on. If your hurt like that or your child would you wait. These are our 4-legged children. Get him to the vet.. I also agree. What is wrong with people that know their best friend is suffering and won't take him to the vet??? Please TAKE YOUR DOG TO THE VET!!!!!. Antibiotics and tooth extraction would be your best bet. Is this a small breed by chance? Daschund or Poodle?
How serious is an abscessed tooth that affects the sinuses causing your face along the side of your nose to swell?
Answer . How SERIOUS is it? Come on, now. If someone tells you here that its not serious, what will that do for you?\n. \nYou have an absessed tooth. And it sounds lik…e the infection is spreading to your sinuses. Don't screw around with this. Make a dental appointment. Or if money is an issue, contact a dental school to see if you can get low-cost or no-cost treatment.\n. \n~ T
Yes, but rarely . A viral infection of the sinuses will usually clear up on its own. But bacterial infections frequently do not and may spread to other tissue, including th…e bones of the face and even the brain. Those complications can be life-threatening. If your symptoms don't improve after a few days of home treatment, you should see a doctor.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nGo to the emergency room! You have an abscessed tooth, it sounds like, and this can be very dangerous, as the nerve channels can conduct the i…nfection to the brain, causing death.\n. \n Answer \n. \nIt is time to visit the ER. First wash out your mouth well with warm salted water to cleanse the abcess as much as possible. The doctor on staff will probably put you on a bout of antibiotics.
Answer . Definitely - specifically and upper wisdom tooth. Often the roots of wisdom teeth run into the sinus cavity and even some of the upper molars. If the tooth is a…bscessed and infected, it can cause serious problems. Infections in the mouth runs two ways, to the heart or to the brain. Always, get an abscessed tooth treated immediately.
Bacteria is the cause of an abscess on the roof of your mouth.Contact your family doctor or dentist to find the treatment careyou need.
You should go to a dentist.
Answer . Yes, an untreated infection can spread out beyond your mouth. It can not only reach your brain, but other parts of your body as well.. An infection spreads throug…h blood vessels, which go through your whole body. It can easily reach organs that have high blood flow, like your heart, your lungs and your brain. Untreated infections can also complicate certain desease such as diabetes.
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it could be something that you are allergic to. i dont really know what would irritate it though.
no, no you can not unless you fell like breaking you nose.
ya a tooth abcess can cause hearing problems as the abcess enlarges it causes compression of the auditary canals which leads to pain and hearing problems
I was wondering that myself. It does seem to cause some toothache for me and sometimes makes me grind my teeth for some reason.
Well there is a possible chance you might get a toothache. Your top cuspid (canine) teeth are locate right below a sinus cavity.
Go to an ER or dentist. Do NOT try to do it yourself. You could penetrate the sinus cavity and cause a worse infection or need sinus surgery.
Gum disease (periodontal disease) means infection or inflammation of the tissues that surround the teeth. Cause: . Poor oral hygiene . Poor immune system . Smoking