How do you determine if you have a sinus problem that feels like a danged toothache? My tooth is not sensitive to heat, or cold, or tap or chewing but started hurting lastnight. One single tooth in ...
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go to your dentist straight away to get your tooth looked at, but you can try "oil of cloves" to help calm your nerve
but this will not cure it.
SORRY ABOUT YOUR TOOTH.........I USE IBUPROFEN WHICH HELPS WITH THE SWEELING AND SOMETIMES I TAKE ONLY ALLEVE WHICH REALLY WORKS TOO.
do you have a hole in your tooth? if so you can go to a local drug store and get a temp. filler it's called dentemp. it really works it also numbs it for a while and hardens until you can get to a dentist. if you do not have a hole you can swish with warm salt water it hurts a little but works.
a whole lot of liquor
best bet is to type "toothache remedy " into your search bar, i found alot of tooth ache remedies before, but what we usually use is anbesol sticks, they look like q-tips filled with numbing stuff works really good//
The ER will give you Vicodin/
a shot of tequila or vodka... or just getting drunk ... lol
gargle salt water
hot pack wrapped in a towel on your face...
cold pack 15 minutes on 15 minutes off
there's an herb (mint? oregano? look it up )
There is nothing as bad as a toothache. I had an abscessed tooth about ten years ago and it was some of the most nagging pain ever. I hope you really will go to the dentist soon. I don't know of any good remedies except like the over-the-counter topical anesthetics like Anbesol or whatever. The only other one I know is to apply an ice pack to the side of your face. I totally sympathize, and wish you good luck. But go to the dentist asap, it's not going to get better by itself.
Go to the Dentist and check it out.
set a asprin on it rinse your mouth out with peroxide, warm water and salt.
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Three Cures for Toothache Pain
Toothaches indicate a problem that likely wonâ€™t go awayâ€”a lost filling, a cavity, or a serious infection. After youâ€™ve made an appointment, try these home remedies to deal with the pain.
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I think a punch in the mouth would help. Oops, that's what can cause a tooth ache. I hope you didn't try it when you read my first sentence.
powerful pain medicine, If it's real bad you can go to the E.R. and they'll give you meds till you can get to the dentist.
If you have a toothache, you need to get in to see your dentist as soon as possible. To help ease the pain at home before you can see a dentist, you can take 800 mg of Ibuprofen (which is prescription strength) every 6-8 hours as needed for pain. Ibuprofen has an anti-inflammatory in it that will help sooth the pulp (nerve) of your tooth, therefore, it will work better than Tylenol or aspirin. Be careful not to take Ibuprofen for an extended period of time without being under a doctor's supervision as it can be harmful to the stomach. If there is an infection in your tooth, you are going to need an antibiotic.... left untreated, you could find yourself hospitalized.