Symptoms of Jaw Bone Infection?


Symptoms of any infection usually include fever, loss of appetite, and lethargy. If a dental cavity is left untreated, a jaw bone infection will result in some instances. A jaw bone infection is indicated when there is pain in the mouth or jaw along with redness or swelling, and/or pus. The treatment for a jaw infection include draining the abscess and prescribing antibiotics. In more extreme cases, dental surgery may be required to prevent the infection from spreading.
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