Medications are not the permanent solution for dental problems and medications without a proper clinical examination is also not an ethical approach.....
The clinical description of your swelling signifies localised pus formation which needs to be drained for a better outcome...... instead of buying time by taking antibiotics, you should approach your dentist as soon as possible for a more appropriate remedy.... Regards.....
Swelling must be due to infection from one of your front teeth.. We need to take x-rays and evaluate which teeth are involved.. And we can take antibiotics such as Augmentin Duo 625.. Twice a day for 4 days... But u should not be allergic to it.. Many other antibiotics are used depending on signs and symptoms. Feel free to consult Laser Smile Care Centre. God bless u.
Swelling which may have pus has to be drained for antibiotics to work. Contact a local dentist. Antibiotics can't be prescribed without a consultation.
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