What is the treatment for dry socket?

A medicated dressing. A dry socket will present as intense/increasing pain typically 48 hours after a tooth extraction. It is caused by exposed bone in an area that has lost it's blood clot. Treatment is to have a medicated dressing placed into the affected area. Antibiotics will not help a dry socket.
Dry socket. Is painful complication following tooth extraction. Helpful home remedy for pain is clove oil.

Related Questions

Alvogyl came out after 3 days of dry socket treatment. I don't feel any pain but should I go see the dr. And put the another alvogyl? Or let it be?

Let it be. The medication placed in your socket was to relieve pain until your socket started healing. No pain means you do not have to replace the Alvogyl. Read more...
No. Your surgeon's treatment and medication have treated your dry socket. Follow his post op instructions and allow the extraction site time to heal. Of course if you experience return of pain, discharge, foul taste or smell, bleeding or swelling then return for further treatment. Read more...

I have dry socket treatment question, any suggestions?

Yes. Suggest that you leave the treatment to the dentist who extracted the tooth. The dentist is better prepared to treat you correctly and speed along the healing process. Read more...
The standard. is irrigate a socket and remove food particles and pack the socket with dry socket paste to relieve pain, prevent food debris to accumulate in the socket and protect the exposed bone. Also rinse with Chlorhexidine (Rx mouth wash) 3 times daily for 7 days. Read more...