First, upon detection of the characteristic symptoms of flux it is mandatory to visit a dentist's office.In order to choose the right antibiotic therapy specialist assigns the test in order to identify the type of pathogen.As a rule, contribute to the development of flux staphylococcal and streptococcal infections.It should be noted that the choice of drugs, dosage, and duration of treatment is mainly dependent on the weight and age of the patient, drug allergies presence and severity of a pathological process.

Antibiotics to fight flux

Stop purulent process, cause
d by the formation of flux is possible by means of antibacterial drugs.

«Amoxiclav" - medicines, with a wide spectrum of action.It has a high efficiency in medical therapy flux.It contains clavulanic acid, which is enhanced due to the antibacterial properties of the drug.

«TSifran" - carries out the fight against microorganisms, which caused the development of inflammation.It has bactericidal and antimicrobial action.Its peculiarity lies in the fact that the dosage and duration of treatment depends on the symptoms of the disease.

«Ampioks" - is a combined medication because of it contained ampicillin and oxacillin.Because of this structure is expanded-spectrum medication.It is considered the most effective antibiotic therapy in the treatment of flux.

«Doxycycline" - tetracycline antibacterial agent.It contributes to the suppression of protein synthesis of most pathogens including staphylococci and streptococci.

«lincomycin" - contains active ingredients that quickly eliminate destructive processes in the tooth tissue and heal.The drug works by accumulation in the bone tissue of teeth and gums, playing the role of immunity until completely dissolved.Therefore, after using this medication possibility of resumption of purulent inflammation in the oral cavity is extremely small.

Be aware that antibiotics should not be taken less than a week, as well as throwing after feeling better.Otherwise, it can lead to drug resistant organisms, cause the formation of a flux.Therefore, when re-development of the disease will not have adequate drug exposure and lose effectiveness.

addition of antibiotics prescribed additional rinsing and use of pain medication, immunomodulators.

What are the symptoms of flux

First, flux is characterized by toothache, aggravated by chewing.In addition, formed swelling of the tissues surrounding the tooth and gum occurs on a bump with purulent contents.In that case, if the patient is a tooth in the upper jaw, there is a swelling of the cheeks and lips appear swollen infraorbital region and age.If lower, there may be swelling of the chin area, cheeks, a significant increase in the lymph nodes under the jaw.In addition, the patient's body temperature rises and there is a general malaise.With the development of the acute form of flux there is swelling of the gums that can move to the upper lip, and then spread to the soft tissues of the neck and face.Such advanced disease can be fatal.