Take Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs, Amoxicillin, Dexametasone Together?
Can voltadex, amoxicilin and dexametasone be taken together to treat toothache?
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The medications you mentioned are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), antibiotics and corticosteroids. NSAIDs are drugs that are used to relieve inflammation and treat mild to moderate pain. Antibiotics are drugs that are used to treat infectious diseases caused by bacteria. And corticosteroids are anti-inflammatory drugs that contain steroid hormones. The three types of drugs are prescription drugs, where to consume them need a prescription and doctor's supervision.
The toothache indicates that there are cavities. This condition can not be only by taking medication alone, need action to patch or pull out a tooth that is sick, depending on the severity. If only treatment with medication alone, of course the pain will only improve temporarily, later when the effects of the drug wear out complaints will reappear. In addition, cavities can get worse, and can even infect the dental pulp in which there are nerves and blood vessels. This condition is called pulpitis, the healing of which will be even more difficult.
For this reason, you should consult with your dentist first. Then follow the course of treatment that the dentist recommends. For the future, keep the oral cavity and teeth clean by brushing your teeth twice a day, ie after breakfast and before going to bed. For now, you can gargle with warm salt water to help clear the oral cavity.
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