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Hi! Yesterday, I went to see my dentist for tooth extraction and currently taking antibiotics and mefenamic acid for 7 days. Next week, on Wednesday, I'm going to undergo blood testing, urinalysis and fecalysis. Question, is it okay to undergo these procedures even though I'm taking medicines? I'm so busy and Wednesday is the only day I'm available. Plus, clinics are closed on Christmas holiday. Please help me. Thanks!

Medicines do alter the routine blood analysis results. But if your dentist has asked for it, then it might have been for some specific reason. just inform the laboratory that you are on antibiotics to prevent any wrong interpretation. Dental Extractions will not much time. I am sure you can spare a few minutes for it. ...

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Is it safe to take vizylac,novamox 500 and brufan 400 for severe dental abscess,as my dentist has prescribed

In my opinion,if the Dental abscess is palpable ie frank pus, then rather depending on various antibiotics it is better to simply puncture the abscess under local anaesthesia and remove the pus under anti-biotic cover for a day prior to removal and two days after. ...

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I have a swollen area in the vicinity of my maxillary sinus on the right side. Dentist says not an abscess. It is sore. Appeared in a span of 3 hours. What could it be????

Kindly consult a dentist in person for further suggestion. We need more investigations (Full mouth x-ray) & clinical examination to decide upon treatment ...

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I wear dentures & my liabial frenum is swollen and hurts. My son had a mouth infections 2 months ago & our dentist gave him a prescriptions for metronidazole. I still have 12 left, can I take them

Denture fitting and occlusal balance should be checked to avoid trauma. Dentures must be adequately polished and glazed, as pores increase denture contamination by oral microorganisms Good oral hygiene is mandatory. The mouth must be kept as clean as possible and a thorough rinse after meals should be performed. • Local factors which promote growth of yeasts, such as smoking or wearing the dentures throughout the night, must be discouraged. Topical application of antiseptic is advisable ...

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Dentistry - Prosthodontics
1/242 Viram Khand Gomti Nagr Lucknow UP 226010
   Lucknow, India