Can a tooth infection hurt you collar bone?

Maybe. Never say never. It is very unlikely, but not out of the question. See a dentist asap for the infected tooth and when infection clears up and pain in collar bone disappears, then maybe it was a direct correlation.
It shouldn't.... .. Unless the infection is traveling down your neck into that area. You need to have that tooth infection looked at and resolved, and then address the problem with your clavicle.

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If I have a tooth infection or gum infection, how long could it take to spread to jaw and cause bone loss? I have appointment saturday

Tooth infection. A tooth infection can spread through the soft tissues in days. It cannot cause significant bone loss in just a few days. You should be on an antibiotic immediately to help control and limit the spread of infection. If you are not already on one, discuss this with your dentist. Read more...
Not that soon. Sooner you see the dentist he better but a matter of a few days will not cause bone loss. Good luck on saturday. Read more...
See a dentist ASAP. any other treatment is a temporary relief. A tooth infection won't go away without treatment. If the abscess doesn't drain, the infection may spread to cheeks, sinus and to other areas of your head fast. See your dentist ASAP. Read more...

Will augmentin take car of a jaw bone infection if I have one im taking it for tooth infection in panic spreading to all facial bones what the chances?

Not by itself. Antibiotics like augmentin will suppress the symptoms of an infection but only the appropriate dental procedure will really solve the problem. You need a good diagnosis and treatment plan. Read more...
See Your Dentist . Have the tooth infection treated and most likely the jaw infection will go away as well. Don't expect antibiotics alone to cure an infected tooth. The Augmentin will merely suppress the infection and if the tooth isn't treated or removed, it will come back. Read more...

Can sinus infection as the result of bad wisdom tooth infection bone/fracutre cause spine infection? Is there barrier between spinal fluid and sinus?

No. Bad sinus disease if left untreated can cause intracranial infection or even brain abcess. The infection erodes through the bone and covering of the brain. This can cause meningitis, but not necessarily spine infection. Read more...
No direct connection. There is not direct connection between sinuses and spinal fluid. They are proximal to one another but separate. An infection from teeth can get into the sinus. Most infections travel thru the blood. Though there are brain abcesses that started as a tooth infection, these are rare. See your md if you are experiencing symptoms of any infection. Read more...