Tuesday, May 19, 2009

How to Heal an Abscessed Tooth

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How to Heal an Abscessed Tooth by Richard Ferri

An abscessed tooth is an infected tooth that generally occurs between the root and the gum and can come on either gradually or suddenly. The major signs are: localized pain in the mouth, fever, swelling, a foul taste and swollen neck (cervical) glands. Ideally, a dentist is the healthcare professional best suited to take care of a tooth abscess, but often times getting an emergency appointment with your dentist can be virtually impossible. Primary care providers can help with getting the infection under control, relieving pain and other symptoms, but all abscessed teeth should eventually be evaluated and treated by a dentist ASAP. Here are things you can do in the meantime.

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