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unrelenting infection under tooth crown

Dear all,
I had a crown placed on a tooth 15 years ago. 5 years ago my dentist said there is an infection under it and I underwent very expensive surgery to clean it out. the infection kept coming back and refused to heal, however, and they repeated the surgery 3 times (to great profit). I finally gave up and have ignored it for 3 years, but I can no longer ignore it: the area under the tooth (on the cheek side) is purple and sensitive. is there a homeopathic or alternative solution? I don't trust dental surgeons any more.

thank you!
 
  shadowyogi on 2008-06-21
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
If you already have an abcess (colection of pus in form of great inflamation) then Hekla lava 6c and belladonna 6c.If its only pain Mercurius solubilis alternate with hypericum both in 6ch every 3-4 hours apart.

good luck
 
Albert last decade
hekla lava is the same as hecla lava.
 
Albert last decade
thanks, Albert! it's not very inflamed, and there isn't really pain - just sensitivity and discoloration. I am concerned with clearing out the infection - which should I go with, then? my dentist says it's very badly infected and that I need another surgery, but I really would rather not...
 
shadowyogi last decade
Definitly Mercurius Solubilis 6ch.repeated every 3-4 hours for some days, will help prevent further infection and (if is there) pain.
good luck!
 
Albert last decade
dear doctor
i want addition of sillcia 30 thrise a day,if u agree?
 
dr pervaz last decade

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