Dental abscess (as part of combination therapy)
A dental abscess is a painful and potentially serious oral infection that occurs in the tissues surrounding a tooth. It is commonly caused by a bacterial infection that starts from tooth decay, gum disease, or trauma to the tooth. The infection can spread to the surrounding bone and tissues if left untreated.
Dental abscess – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology
Symptoms of a dental abscess can include severe toothache, persistent throbbing pain, swollen gums, redness and warmth in the affected area, a bitter taste in the mouth, bad breath, and fever. In some cases, a visible pus-filled bump called an abscess may form on the gums.
Treatment for a dental abscess often involves a combination therapy approach. It may include draining the abscess and removing the source of the infection, such as a decayed tooth or infected gum tissue. Antibiotics may also be prescribed to help eliminate the infection and prevent its spread.
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If you suspect you have a dental abscess, it is important to seek prompt dental care. Delaying treatment can lead to complications, such as the spread of infection to other parts of the body.
Causes of Dental Abscess (as part of combination therapy):
- Poor oral hygiene
- Untreated dental cavities
- Inadequate dental care
- Weakened immune system
- Poor diet and nutrition
- Smoking or tobacco use
- Stress and anxiety
- Medical conditions such as diabetes or HIV
- Drug abuse
- Severe toothache
- Pain when biting or chewing
- Sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures
- Swelling in the cheek or face
- Tender or swollen lymph nodes in the neck
- Persistent bad breath or an unpleasant taste in the mouth
- Fever and general feeling of illness (in severe cases)