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Doctor insights on: Do Rotting Teeth Cause Chemical Imbalances

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Can rotting teeth cause heart disease or a heart attack?

Can rotting teeth cause heart disease or a heart attack?

Yes: In addition to a correlation of periodontal disease and heart disease, decayed teeth that result in dental infections that go untreated can cause heart problems. There can be a spread of infection via fascial planes to the mediastinum, resulting in heart problems and death. ...Read more

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What can I do to avoid the pain if I have rotting teeth?

Get to a dentist: You can take advil (ibuprofen) or alleve to help until your dentist sees you. But don't delay.. Serious problems like infection spread, tooth loss and medical complications will result. In the middle ages, before modern dentistry , people died from dental abscesses all the time. In our day and age, dentists can help you! ...Read more

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Is surgery required to remove rotting teeth?

Is surgery required to remove rotting teeth?

No: If they are actually rotti.G they can be pulled without anestjesoa. Partially rotten need surgery. ...Read more

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Need doctor's help! will my brain be affected by rotting teeth?

Need doctor's help! will my brain be affected by rotting teeth?

Rotting Teeth: It is not likely. Especially if you are aware you have a problem and are doing something about it. But, as you read online, this is a possible outcome for severe tooth disease. Please follow the instructions of your dentist. ...Read more

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Will stopping chewing tobacco reduce the risk of cancer, gum disease, and rotting teeth?

Will stopping chewing tobacco reduce the risk of cancer, gum disease, and rotting teeth?

Yes: Nicotine in tobacco chewing causes localized ischemic area due to constriction of blood vessel. Precancerous soft tissue changes include leukoplakia, erythroplakia, acanthoma and carcinoma in situ. Regarding gum disease, tobacco product causes root surface roughness and delay wound healing. Tobacco product will aid in dry mouth and thus causes root caries leading to rotting teeth. ...Read more

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Is it possible that a dead or rotting tooth causes pain in any other teeth?

Yes: A rotted tooth can have an infection around it and this can cause pain radiating on the entire side of you mouth. Don't wait. See a dentist and get this treated. Infections can be serious. Get it taken care of. ...Read more

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Will giving a 3-4 month old some ice cream cause a child's teeth rotting?

Will giving a 3-4 month old some ice cream cause a child's teeth rotting?

Not likely : Early childhood caries is usually caused by too much sugary foods and drink. Putting infants to bed with a bottle of juice or milk will cause decay also. It is good to brush the child's teeth or wipe the gums with a wash cloth if teeth aren't erupted yet. A little bit of ice cream every now and then is fine. ...Read more

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Is it possible for rotting wisdom tooth cause health problems?

Is it possible for rotting wisdom tooth cause health problems?

Yes, definitely: I think the tooth is only part of the human body that can be rotting and the human being still be alive. Yes, a decaying wisdom tooth can lead to a dental abscess which is an active infection in your mouth and in the bone which can spread to other parts of your body. This can cause serious illness and even death. ...Read more

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Hello, i would like to learn what diseases could rotten teeth cause? Thanks in advance.

Hello, 

i would like to learn what diseases could rotten teeth cause? Thanks in advance.

Many: Decayed teeth is a severe infection of a major portal of the body. A severe condition such as accessing teeth have been responsible for brain infections leading to death. Oral bacteremia's have been associated strongly as a co-factor with heart disease, strokes, vascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, autoimmune disorders, joint breakdown and others. ...Read more

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