Are you or someone you love suffering from Dental Abscess and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including Dental Abscess with our sound therapies.
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Our Dental Abscess therapy helps by:
- Decrease and/or minimize occurrence of pain in the infected area when biting
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- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction to Dental Abscess
An abscess is a collection of pus that has gathered in a cavity that is caused by bacteria, parasites, a foreign material such as a splinter or a wound. Your body’s reaction to what is causing this problem is usually:
This reaction is an attempt to keep the infection from spreading to more of your system.
An abscess may occur in any kind of solid tissue, most often they form on the surface of your skin, a boil would be a good example. Than can also occur in deep tissue areas such as your:
Short Description of Dental Abscess
A dental abscess also known as tooth abscess is a collection of pus that forms inside the teeth or gums.
Symptoms of Dental Abscess
Signs and symptoms of a dental abscess include:
- Pain in the affected area when biting or when touching the affected area
- Sensitivity to cold or hot food and liquids
- a foul taste in the mouth
- a generally unwell feeling
- Difficulties opening the mouth
- Swallowing difficulties
About Dental Abscess
Dental abscess pertains to the collection of pus inside the teeth or gums. It is caused by a bacterial infection that has accumulated in the soft pulp of the tooth. Bacteria are present in oral cavity due to plaque, a by-product of food, saliva, and bacteria in the mouth that sticks to the teeth and causes damage to it and the gums. If the plaque is left alone or is not removed through regular brushing and flossing, there is a possibility that it can spread inside the soft tissue of the tooth or gums. This can eventually result in an abscess.
Etiology of Dental Abscess
The oral cavity is full of bacteria and it is possible that this can create a sticky film on your teeth called plaque. IF the teeth are not kept clean, acids produced by the bacteria in the plaque results to damage of your teeth and gums. This leads to tooth decay and gum disease. An abscess located at the end of the tooth is called a periapical abscess while an abscess in the gum is called a periodontal abscess. Dental abscesses usually produces a lot of pain but not all the time. In either case, a dentist should look at it. It is important to get professional help as soon as possible so that the infection will not spread. It is possible that the bacteria can go to different parts of the body and make you ill.
Risk Factors for the Development of Dental Abscess
- Poor Oral Hygiene – Usually the number one cause as a result of plaque build-up on your teeth. This occurs if you do not floss and practice good oral hygiene.
- Consuming Sugary and Starchy Drinks and Food – Consuming these can encourage the growth of bacteria in plaque and can lead to tooth decay that may result in the formation of a dental abscess.
- Injury or Previous Surgery to the Teeth or Gums – Bacteria can collect into any damaged parts of the teeth and gum are resulting to the formation of a dental abscess and pain.
- Weak Immune System — This includes people suffering from certain health problems like diabetes or those having steroid treatment or chemotherapy.
Types of Dental Abscess
There are 3 kinds of Dental Abscess
- Gingival Abscess – The oral abscess is located only in the gum tissue and does not involve the tooth or the periodontal ligament.
- Periodontal Abscess – The infection starts in the supporting bone tissue structures of the teeth. When bacteria that are present in plaque begin to infect the gums, the patient develops a condition known as periodontitis. This results in inflammation of the gums and can make the tissue surrounding the root of the tooth separate from the base of the tooth. A periodontal pocket or a tiny gap forms when the periodontal ligament separates from the root. The pocket easily gets dirty and is very difficult to keep clean. When bacteria build up in the periodontal pocket, a periodontal abscess or infection is formed.
- Periapical Abscess – The infection begins in the soft pulp of the tooth. Bacteria enter the tooth via tiny holes caused by tooth decay, or caries, that form in the hard outer layer of the tooth. The caries breaks down the softer layer of tissue under the enamel, known as dentin. If the decay is left unabated, the hole will eventually penetrate the soft inner pulp of the tooth and result in an infection.
In most cases, complications happen only if the abscess is left untreated. Possible complications include:
- Dental Cysts — This is a fluid-filled cavity that can develop at the bottom of the root of the tooth if the abscess is left untreated. This results in a dental cyst. There is a big possibility that the cyst can become infected and if this happens the patient may require antibiotics or surgery.
- Osteomyelitis – When the bacteria in the abscess enter the bloodstream and begin to infect the bone the patient will experience fever, severe pain and nausea.
- Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis – The spread of bacteria results in a blood clot that forms at the cavernous sinus. This is a large vein located at the base of the brain. Cavernous sinus thrombosis is treated with antibiotics and possibly surgery in order to drain the sinus.
- Ludwig’s Angina, — This is an infection of the floor of the mouth when the dental abscess bacteria spread. The patient will have swelling and severe pain under the tongue and in the neck. If the mouth disease is severe, the patient will experience difficulty of breathing.