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Dental Rinse Medication
Dental Appointment!: Lots of different things can cause tooth pain, and the remedies are specific. You really need to determine the cause and correct it rather than miserably trying one mediocre intervention after another. Fortunately many solutions are both quick and simple. See your dentist and be well :) see less. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Having lightheartedness and feel surroundings are moving.Did not take any new medication escept for dental work (nerve removal with additional medicin?
What is an example of a different dental bacterial medication more powerful than amoxicillin 500 mg 3 x's a day for 7 days? Amoxi. Mg. Be raised?
Antibiotics: No the dosage level is good. Could do 4 times daily. Augmentim another penc is good but harsh on tummy. Keflex family 500mg qid is strong. Clindamycin 300mg is very strong 3 times daily. These are some alternatives. All good. Sometimes the germs can become a little resistant or a change will trigger a turnaround. Talk to your dentist or md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can traumatic childhood dentist experiences result in lifelong dental phobias? Best ways to manage the dental phobia w/out sedation or medication?
After dental. Work I am having major ear pain and pressure what can I do to alleviate this? Are there medications I can take? I am terminally
10 years ago while in dental hygiene school, I was diagnosed with ADHD. I fought taking medication as long as I could until it was impossible! After s?
Your question?: I don't understand your question. Please resubmit with a clear question so we may better respond. Take care. ...Read more
What is the best OTC medication for a patient with dental phobia? Here in pr the dentists don't do oral or IV sedation so i need something good otc.
Minimal: I do not recommend sedating yourself with similar strengths of IV or conscious sedation. It is not safe and you need to be monitored and have crash cart and emergency medications on hand in case you have reactions. You should go to a doctor that is trained with either IV sedation or oral conscious sedation. The doctor should monitor and have emergency protocol in place. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
I have chronic dry mouth and bad breath. No dental problems and no medication. No smoke or drink. Causes? Who should I see for help? Gland problems?
Might be: Chronic dry mouth can be of neurological or endocrine (glandular) origin. It could lead to breath issues as well. If you aren't taking any meds, many of which have this as a side effect, a visit to your primary care provider could be helpful to figure out the dry mouth. One thing that can help bad breath for many is to add brushing the top of your tongue to your oral hygiene regimen. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Having swollen gums after dental bridge removal .Really sore and painful. Should i take any medication?
I have H. Pylori infection and my mouth odour is also very bad no dental problems and my hemoglobin is also 12.Which are the medications i should use?
I'm on amoxicillin for a dental abcess. I have chills and fatigue, but no fever. Could this be a medication reaction? Do I stop taking amoxicillin?
Chill: An ipod with your favorite tunes. Watch tv if available. Watch a movie with video glasses if available. Sleep. Listen to the dentist talk to the assistant. Ask the dentist to tell you what they are doing as they work. Take restroom breaks as needed. Get up and move around periodically. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Local anesthetic: Citanest is also known as prilocaine and is used as an injectable local anesthetic. It can come with vasoconstrictor, Epinephrine 1:200, 000 or plain which means no vasoconstrictor. It will typically last longer with a vasoconstrictor but in certain situations, it is preferable to avoid the epi. And use the plain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Best Pain Drug: Different medications work differently, sometimes in the case of infection antibiotics can actually relieve pain although they are not pain medications. The best pain drug is to find out from a dentist what the pain is coming from, sometimes no drug is necessary at all. Pain medications are merely a mask, the real problem is hidden. You really need to find out the cause, please do that first. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Its OK.: Otc rinses are only effective with good oral care habits. Plax or listerine or any other is not a substitute for brushing and flossing; it is an enhancement to an already active home care process. If you really want to reduce tartar, be certain to visit your dental hygienist every 3-6 months depending on how much tartar you accumulate. This will keep you and your mouth clean and healthy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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