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I got an tooth abscess in lower right side second molar teeth

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I got an tooth abscess in lower right side second molar teeth . Form 3days it has started paining .Today I felt a bit pain in my right jaw too . What should I use for pain killer ?or should I use some antibiotic ? can you please suggest any .Thanks in advance
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Dental
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Expert:  Just Dental Truths! replied 1 year ago.
Hello, so sorry to hear about your situation.
Antibiotics would be "IDEAL" to get from your Dentist or Doctor, yes!
And, also pain mediation from your Dentist or Doctor as well. Alternatively, you could use (either one - your choice) either 1000mg Tylenol every 6 hours. Or, 800mg Ibuprofen every 6 hours for pain. Some Medical articles, suggest that alternating taking Tylenol as the first dosage, and then switching to Ibuprofen for the second dose, actually "helps" with pain relief. However, I've not found this to be of great significance.
But, in a nutshell: Yes, I'd get some antibiotics going ASAP, and also a pain medication. And, of course, see your Dentist for the quickest pain relief - to have the abscess drained - for RELIEF! I hope this helps you...
Expert:  Just Dental Truths! replied 1 year ago.
Hi, I wanted to check with you to see how your tooth is feeling... I indeed hope your molar is feeling better! Dr. Rampton