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remedy for tooth abcess

hi im new to this but i will tell you what happened and whats happened in the last few days hopefully this will help some of you to reply to this message

ok

Firstly i had a wisdom tooth pulled from my upper right hand jaw in early december after having severe toothache for weeks.
and since have had no problem with it.

recently however a tooth on my upper left hand side of the jaw . 4th or 5th from back has broken in half. thought nothing about it that night as i was in no pain. but next morning my face had ballooned up and the swelling was that bad that it had swollen my eye shut so i could not see out of it.
Hoping it would go down of its own accord i left it for a day without any joy. what else could i try i thought?. i know i'll go and see my local GP. so down i went to be given a box of antibiotics. "flucloxacillin 500mg one 4 times a day". the course is finished and my face is still swollen. i returned to the GP who then gave me another 5 day supply of the same drugs that done no good anyway.

could anyone suggest a remedy of home use that could reduce this swelling and get rid of the abcess that must be the size of wembly stadium by the feel of it. well maybe not that large but at least the size of a football used there.

any suggestions would be greatly greatly appreciated
 
  zappster on 2005-01-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Is the tooth broken off even with the gum or broken vertically? Do you think the dentist broke it while working on the other? You should think of having it removed unless able to be repaired.

STAPHYSAGRIA is very good in this case.
Hypericum for nerve ending damage.
APIS M is good for this type of swelling.

Now, what to use??? Maybe the APIS in this case because you are taking the antibiotics.

Please let us know.

Blessings, Sabra
 
sabra last decade
hi the tooth is split in half is below the gumline the other half is as a normal tooth would look like

i would very much doubt that it was caused by the dentist as he was working on the opposite side of the jaw.

i have since spoken to my parents and found out that i have never had any milk teeth and most of my teeth when i left school were mostly just the shell.

maybe this has something to do with it.

Could you also please suggest any shops in the uk were i may be able to buy these remedies

many thanks
 
zappster last decade
ABC has these remedies for sale. I have no knowledge of suppliers in the UK, I am sorry.

If the tooth is half and half vertically, it must come out.

Blessings, Sabra
 
sabra last decade
ok thanks for trying appreciated

great forums

many thanks
 
zappster last decade
My son too had broken his tooth 10 - 12 yrs back. Actually in such a case the nerve is exposed and this leads to inflammation due to infection. He had to go for root canaling and then a cap fit. The dentist was good and now in the years he has had no infection. before the canaling, he would get severe infection every few weeks. At that time we were not knowing so much about homeopathy, though would give him Merc Sol 30 - a few doses. He would also be given antibiotics. So it is best you consult a good dentist and if he advises, go for the root canaling or whatever he suggests.
 
maya_hari last decade

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