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Should I try MMS to treat an infection (alveolitis) after a dental extraction?
 
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Should I try MMS to treat an infection (alveolitis) after a dental extraction?


Hi,

I got a big tooth pulled out which needed surgery. I was feeling horrible 3 days after and the dentist told me today that I have an infection/infammation of the tooth hole/bone named alveolitis. It hurts a lot and smells awful.

He told me it takes long to cure and that I should take Antibiotics .

I was thinking of taking Miracle-Mineral-Supplement to heal it faster but I am not sure. I mean, the gum is open, I have a real hole in there yet, and don't feel confident with the idea of putting this chloride over my open injury. I even have a stich or two, they had to open everything as the molar was broken and the roots were very difficult to extract.

Does anyone have experience with this? Can it be dangerous? Can it help?

Thanks in advance
 

 
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