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My grandmother's front teeth is moving a little bit and paining. What can be done in this case? Can any antibiotics and painkillers be given?
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Before prescribing medicines we need to know about her age and medical history along with that the picture or clinical evaluation also mandatory.
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either do online video consultation or visit nearby dental clinic
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for emergency purpose you can give her zerodol-P (painkiller)
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You can give her pain killers if she has pain if she doesnt have any systemic issues. If it's very mobile, it can come off loose and be aspirated too. It's best to show her to a dentist and get it removed or treated depending on the degree of mobility.
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It can be temporary measure. Treatment depends on the degree of mobility.
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visit a dentist
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Scaling and splinting helps if the mobility is less.
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