Your dentist is going to give you oral medications and you need them all the time.
You need to take them for all kinds of things, and there are different dosages.
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If your dentist prescribes a particular dose for a particular condition, like you might get an allergy medication, he or she might suggest that you take it in smaller doses.
This may not be what you’d consider optimal, though.
But it’s better to have a good understanding of how oral medications work and what they’re really for.
So let’s take a look at the different types of oral medications that your dentist may prescribe you.
What are dental medications?
Your dentist can prescribe different types and amounts of oral medication depending on the disease or condition you have.
And each medication has a different dose and range.
They’re called “dental medication doses.”
If your mouth is infected with a certain type of bacteria, like dental caries or tooth decay, your dentist can recommend that you have a specific dose of oral medicine.
You might need oral medications for: The flu or pneumonia, such as FluMist or other flu prevention tablets or nasal sprays for sore throat, sore throat pain, or other conditions that could cause nasal congestion.