Rubs a rodspidsbetændelse?

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    Question:

    I have been going around in ca. 1 year with a sore rodbehandlet tooth (5+ left side overmund) with crown.

    So since the 1. February 2010 had violent toothache in the 7+ (left side overmund) + jaw. Long rush (no keg), reaction to cold and touch of the tooth and also something smelly from the gums. The tooth has not filling.

    At the same time starting 5+ to send something smelly from the gums in the mouth, when I put the tongue up and suck and at the same time.

    I have been on the penicillin cure, got scanned my sinuses, but there is nothing to see – neither rodbetændelser.

    The pain/the long-lasting rush is, however, slowed since the penicillin cure, but I can not chew with the 5+ and 7+, and it is sore. The gums are bothered and the smell is sour and fishy.

    Must, as soon as have a rodresektion of 5+, even though nothing can be seen on x-ray, but my question is: Can the 1 years with a rodspidsbetændelse in the 5+, have spread to rodspidsen of 7+ via a jaw - or kæbehulebetændelse and as a result of rodspidsbetændelse in 5+?

    Sofus

    Answer:

    Dear Sofus,

    A rodspidsbetændelse “infecting” the not. It remains in the majority of cases, locally.

    Hope you can use my answer.

    With kind regards

    Dentist Joan Olsen

    www.tandpleje.dk/brevkassen

    Dentistry.dk™ – the Road to healthier teeth

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    Questions answered by the dentist can be posted on the portal in anonymous form. However, we can not guarantee answers to all the questions and answers from the dentist can never replace dialogue or consultation with a private doctor. A reply through the letterbox must be seen as informational material.

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