Facial Swelling in Sugar Gliders
Facial Swelling in Sugar Gliders is typically, but not always, a sign of an infection at the root of a tooth.tramadol online no prescriptionbuy valium online without prescription
Tooth root abscesses form when a tooth root becomes infected. The infection is basically trapped within the bone around the root of the tooth. In some cases the purulent discharge (pus) drains around the tooth into the oral cavity. In many cases the the connection between the tooth and the bone doesn’t allow for drainage around the tooth and an abscess forms. This results in swelling in the area around the tooth root(s). The most commonly affected teeth are the upper cheek teeth under the eye. This results in swelling under the eye sometimes putting pressure on the eye itself and can be mistaken for an eye problem.buy valium online without prescription
Treatment of sugar glider tooth root abscesses typically involves radiographing (x-ray) the skull, removing the affected tooth, and a course of antibiotics. In some cases antibiotics will be started and surgery will be postponed for a few days to allow the infection to subside a bit making the tooth extraction easier.