What are the Symptoms of an Infected Bicuspid Tooth?

If you're experiencing gradual worsening of symptoms, it's important to see a healthcare provider as soon as possible. Seek medical attention immediately if you have severe chest pain or difficulty breathing. Most people with bicuspid aortic valve don't experience symptoms of heart valve disease until adulthood. It's important to be aware of the signs of an infection and take action if you suspect you have one.

A dental infection can spread to other parts of the body, and even if an abscess has burst, it doesn't mean the infection is gone. Common symptoms include a strange bitter taste when eating and swelling around the affected tooth. In rare cases, a dental infection can spread to the brain and cause a brain abscess. Dental infections won't go away on their own, and ignoring an abscess can have serious consequences.

A rupture is a sign that the infection is spreading and the abscess still needs to be drained. Prevention is better than treatment, so it's important to take steps to avoid dental infections. Pregnant women can also be at risk if they're exposed to certain infections or medications. If you think you may have life-threatening symptoms of a tooth infection, contact your dentist right away for an emergency appointment.

Sepsis is a potentially fatal response to an infection in the body that causes infection-fighting chemicals to become disordered.

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