Got A Toothache? Try This!

Toothaches have a way of striking at the most inconvenient times, and can seriously hamper your ability to perform everyday activities. If your area is hit with a disaster, it might not be possible to get to the dentist right away. Here are some home remedies for toothache pain you can use to sustain you until you are able to seek medical attention.

 

  1. Place a few drops of clove oil on the affected tooth and gum to help alleviate pain. This natural toothache remedy is effective because it has numbing properties that temporarily prevents nerve endings from sending a pain signal.
  2. Oregano oil is another substance that is thought to have pain-relieving properties. Dab a cotton swab with this oil, and then place it on the tooth that is hurting. Leave it there for five to ten minutes, and you should notice relief almost immediately.
  3. Rinsing the tooth with a solution of saline water or hydrogen peroxide can often be effective whenever a toothache is caused by inflamed gums. In fact, rinsing with hydrogen peroxide on a regular basis may even help to prevent gum infections in the first place.
  4. Boil guava leaves to make a tea, and then rinse the teeth and gums with it. The leaves have analgesic properties, and when used to make tea, can provide some very long lasting benefits.
  5. You can also use a regular tea bag that has been steeped in hot water as a compress. Leave it on the affected area as long as needed in order to obtain relief.
  6. Chewing on an onion or clove of raw garlic can sometimes help reduce tooth pain. The reason why this is an effective natural toothache remedy is because both of these foods contain antibacterial properties.
  7. Hold a cold compress on the side of your jaw or suck on some ice to help numb the pain of a toothache.

In addition to trying the above methods to reduce tooth pain, here are a few things you should not do:

  • Eat hard or crunchy foods
  • Fail to brush or floss
  • Drink carbonated or sugary beverages
  • Smoke
  • Attempt to pull the tooth yourself
  • Use prescription pain killers that were prescribed to someone else

A toothache is always a sign that something more serious is wrong inside your mouth. If possible, you should visit a dentist at the first sign of a toothache, as it will only get worse over time. Should you find yourself unable to do so, a natural toothache remedy can help you obtain relief until help from a dentist is finally available.

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