The key to relief from toothache is to control swelling.Reduce swelling and pain.In the short term, the best way to reduce inflammation is to use the 3-3-3 method: three times a day, three times a day, three times a day, three times a day, and three times a day.
What not to do: don’t take advil, and stop taking advil once the pain starts to ease.The trick with javi is to keep those levels up, because if you take a step back, advil takes a while to work again and reduce inflammation.
Keep in mind that this approach does not address the root cause of toothache.You must also confirm with your doctor that you can take ibuprofen.Toothache rarely goes away on its own – so don’t do anything else this way unless you can get rid of the pain until you go to the dentist.
If you can’t take advil (and many people can’t, so consult your doctor), there are several natural ways to reduce the pain.
Salt rinse: rinse with my super saturated salt.How you do it: pour a cup of warm hot water (boiling point is not necessary) and slowly mix in Himalayan or Dead Sea salt (this is one I use, I find it dissolves best if you get fine white grain) until you see the base of the salt crystal no longer dissolves.Rinse 4-5 times a day with this product to reduce inflammation and shrink tissue.This mouthwash is particularly effective at responding to gum pain and gum foreign matter, as poppy seeds get stuck between the gums.
Rich in calcium and other minerals, it helps to promote the remineralization of the body, especially teeth.
Clove oil: clove oil is an essential oil that provides pain relief as strong as benzocaine (dental journal, 2006).The active ingredient is eugenol, which, while natural, has safety concerns, according to EWG.Most health food stores have a bottle of clove oil for a few dollars.My favorite brand is Now.How to use: take a small amount of cotton swab or paper towel and gently apply to the affected area.If the nerve is exposed due to deep space, this method is very effective.The exact location of clove oil is key to success – only if the oil is placed near the pulp tissue (the internal material of the tooth).
In each of your teeth, there are living tissues with arteries, veins, and nerves.These parts of the tooth give the tooth sensation pressure, heat, cold, but can also be infected.Some bacteria in the mouth secrete acid and get out through tooth enamel, the hard white outer layer of teeth.Once the bacteria enter the enamel, they can enter the internal structure of the dentin, which ACTS like a sponge with tubules, and the inside of the teeth respond to these invaders with inflammation.
When you cut your hand, there’s room to expand and expand – but inside the tooth’s hard enamel, the swelling doesn’t expand – which should give you a good understanding of why toothache is unbearable.This is unique because there is no other place in the body where this can happen.That’s why the 3-3-3 approach works – it reduces swelling.
Other causes of toothache:
- · food gets stuck between teeth, especially when there are gaps between teeth
- · tooth damage, including injury or molar
- · sinus infection can be felt as tooth pain
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- Once you go to the dentist
When you make an appointment, ask the office if there are any ways they suggest you can relieve the pain at the same time.Record your pain – when did it start?How often?Radiation?Record possible causes of toothache, including new foods, new activities, or anything new in your daily life.