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What Is The Best Amoxicillin For Tooth Infection

Posted by on Oct 4, 2018 in Dental Tips and Care | 0 comments

What Is The Best Amoxicillin For Tooth Infection

When children under the age of four eat excess toothpaste, a condition called dental fluorosis can occur in the enamel of permanent teeth. This fluorosis in the appearance of a slight whiteness in the teeth to a dark coloration and desquamation of the teeth in rare cases. What I found was curious, many children had stained or poor quality enamel of their permanent teeth or only their front teeth. This staining pattern did not match the normal pattern of fluorosis, but I could not explain why it happened. Maybe we have an answer now.

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A study published by my alma mater has found a cause and effect link between the early application of amoxicillin for tooth infection and the staining of permanent teeth. Amoxicillin is now used to treat ear infections or middle ear infections in children. It is a broad-spectrum antibiotic that is cheap and knows how to chew gum, a great advantage for children.

The children who receive amoxicillin at the age of 3 to 6 months develops more than twice as many permanent dental stains as children who were not exposed to the antibiotic. What you know, permanent molars begin to calcify immediately after birth, and permanent anterior teeth form their enamel-forming cells in about 12 months!

amoxicilin for tooth infectionWhat can we do with that? First, this is just a study and you need to accumulate more research to get better answers. But to stay on the safe side, I urge my patients to families to be careful with the aggressive treatment of ear infections (they are viral or bacterial) and amoxicillin when the yolks of permanent teeth, just before their first year of life begins to form. I also sent this study to all the pediatric offices in the city!

Nothing is worse than an earache, except maybe a toothache, but parents should be aware of over-treatment, just as we know that eating toothpaste before age four could be a problem for your teeth previous permanent. I was prepared for further development and I can always ask questions.

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Dental Antibiotics Help Combat Infection

Posted by on Jun 29, 2018 in Dental Tips and Care | 0 comments

Dental Antibiotics Help Combat Infection

The increase in the consumption of junks, poor dental hygiene and previous dental work has contributed to dental infections over the years. According to the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP), half of adults aged 30 and above suffer from different forms of dental disease in the United States. Perhaps you’ve been suffering a great deal of dental pain, this article will highlight effective dental antibiotics to help combat your infection.

AmoxicillinPenicillin and Amoxicillin

Penicillin and amoxicillin are very effective antibiotics. However, quite a number of people are allergic to them. If you’re one of such people; do yourself a favor and disclose to your dentist so he’ll prescribe a different antibiotics. Your dentist will probably replace the prescription with erythromycin.

Clindamycin (Cleocin HCL)

While penicillin, amoxicillin and erythromycin are very effective, serious dental abscesses in the bone or soft tissue may not respond to them. This type of infection is often caused by anaerobic bacteria. In this case, clindamycin is the best antibiotics capable of treating your abscesses.

PenicillinChlorhexidine

Also known as PerioGard, Peridex and Periochip; this antibiotics is efficient in controlling plagues and bacteria present in the cavities. Sometimes in the form of a chip, it helps in reducing the space between your gum and tooth. It is also available as a rinse. The major side effect of this antibiotic is that it may cause discoloration of your teeth.

Tetracycline

Tetracycline is another dental antibiotic that helps in treating periodontal diseases. However, if it’s used for a child in his/her tooth development phase; there’s a high possibility of permanent teeth discoloration.

Conclusion

Using these dental antibiotics for a day or two may not be effective. For proper effectiveness, it’s best to take a dose two to four times daily for one week. Also, inquire from your pharmacist if you’re having doubts about the medications.

Most importantly, ensure you complete the course of your antibiotics even when the symptoms disappear. Not doing this puts you at risk of suffering a great deal of infection a second time.

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