can dental abscesses swell int
  can dental abscesses swell int

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can dental abscesses swell into your nose?

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Yes and no. If there is an intra oral fistula then Yes or the common reason is nasal polyps

Dental abscess leading into a more severe infection like cellulitis can generalized swelling.

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