kimbo444 wrote:That's awful! Here's a cyber hug to help till things get better
Get well soon, Shandeh.
dogfoster wrote:I am sorry that your are having such painful problems with your tooth. Hoping that the antibiotics will help clear up the infection soon and you will start to feel a little better. And eat some yogurt too! Don't know which antibiotics they prescribed, some you cannot take with dairy products two hours before and after dose, but eat some yogurt when you can so they do not upset your tummy.
I have been blessed to never even have had a cavity, and will say that that is NOT due to any rigorous dental hygiene on my part. About 3 years ago I had terrible toothache, and to make long story short, I learned that as you age your gums pull away from your teeth creating little pockets that food can get trapped in. So if you don't floss your teeth now, you should try to make it a habit, it will actually slow down that pocket formation a little. After about a month of flossing and brushing well, I could really tell a difference with my gums.
Hope you feel better soon!
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