How to Treat Dogs with Antibiotics for Tooth Infections?


If you think you have a tooth infection, you will need to go to the dentist. They will take x-rays to determine if you have an actual infection. If you do, they will prescribe an antibiotic which you can have filled at your local pharmacy.
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1. Take your dog to the veterinarian for a checkup. Tell the vet about your dog's symptoms and that you think it might be a tooth infection. 2. Complete the course of antibiotics
It all depends on the type of infection. Generally you are prescribed a dose of Penacillin which can be administered either by injection (once only required) or a dose of pills to
Dentists prescribe penicillian most often for an infected tooth. However,
Metronidazole is the best AntiBiotic for tooth infections. It is marketed in the trade names Flegyl, Flagyl or Nidagyl. You need to take 375mg or 400mg twice a day course for minimum
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Natural Antibiotic for Tooth Infections
Tooth infections are uncomfortable and should be treated by a dentist immediately. If the patient cannot get to a dentist right away, an antibiotic can be used to treat the infection until a dentist can be seen. Natural antibiotics are easier to obtain... More »
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