More than 1.6 million people worldwide have tooth abscesions, according to a recent survey.
In some cases, the cause of tooth loss is unknown, and in others, the disease is treatable with antibiotics.
A new study published in the Lancet medical journal suggests that some antibiotics, such as trimethoprim, may be to blame.
It is possible that antibiotics may also be causing tooth loss in people with the rare condition, known as tooth abspectis, that leaves the teeth unsightly and can cause infection and pain.
Tooth abscesses are caused by an inflammation of the tooth enamel, which can lead to a blockage or cavitation of the enamel lining.
Tooth enamel is a natural, highly resilient, protective layer of connective tissue.
But it can also be damaged or damaged by many different types of bacteria, including harmful species like Staphylococcus aureus, which cause infections and disease.
According to the researchers, some people with tooth abscession can experience signs and symptoms of infection.
Tooth extractions are also a common cause of abscess in people who suffer from diabetes or other medical conditions.
In many cases, a tooth extract is done to remove plaque that accumulates on the teeth.
However, this is only one form of tooth extractions, said study lead author Dr. Joanna Glynn of the University of Melbourne in Australia.
There are also other treatments that may help people with abscess prevent further tooth damage.
Tooth wax may also help the tooth heal, and dental floss may help keep the tooth healthy.
Tooth extraction has been used for centuries as a treatment for dental disease, and there are many dental practices that can be done to help people who have tooth loss, including mouthpieces, gums, and toothpaste.
Some people also find that tooth whitening may help relieve pain and improve overall health, according the researchers.
A few people have tried to use toothpaste to heal their abscess, and some people have reported tooth loss with toothpaste and tooth whiteners, the researchers said.
However the researchers caution that the effectiveness of tooth whitener treatment may depend on the amount of toothpaste used, which may vary widely by person.
The researchers said they did not have a way to determine the actual cause of dental abscession.
They did, however, see that some people had different causes for tooth loss.
One person who reported abscessing in her lower left tooth reported having a tooth loss that had begun in her upper right tooth.
However this tooth loss was not associated with other dental problems.
The study also looked at people who had abscessed in their lower jaw, and also looked into whether some of the patients were experiencing symptoms of tooth abscection.
The research team said the findings are important to look at in more detail in future studies, as the condition can often take years for symptoms to develop.
The authors said the study is the first to show that certain antibiotics, including trimethaprim, could be causing abscess.
In addition, they said other medications such as antibiotics for gingivitis, which is a bacterial infection that can cause tooth loss and can also cause inflammation, may also play a role in abscess formation.
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