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Maxillary bone infection (infection w/pus after dental implant)

Dear ones,
I am looking for a homeopathic remedy to cure the infection in my maxillary bone after a dental implant. The dentist perforated the maxillary bone crossing it over totally (sinus bone) letting it opened n exposed to infection.

It is located on the left hand side of the mouth and it is continuously forming a kind of infection releasing white stuff out from the left nose with not pleasant smell showing that is an internal infection. Note: Last week I have started using some herbal medicine and it started discharging through out my palate (top of my mouth) but stopped.

Please, can someone help me telling me the best homeopathic remedy to take?
NOTE: I have attached a picture showing the localization, please have a look.

Kind regards,

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  henriquelawrence on 2018-02-14

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Merc Sol 30 and Staphysagria 30 twice a day for a week.

kadwa 3 months ago

kadwa said Merc Sol 30 and Staphysagria 30 twice a day for a week.

Thank you Dr. Kadwa, I will let you know the results.
Thanks again for helping me w/homeopathy as I have tried
many things without success!!

Kind regards,
H. Lawrence

henriquelawrence 3 months ago

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