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I read it on the internet and I’m not sure if it is true or not.
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In: Dental | 2015-03-01
It stops the infection, you should try Advil.
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Only if the toothache is caused by an infection.
It did for me. I also used orajel.
Need short-term relief for an unhappy tooth? A natural remedy is oil of cloves, which has antimicrobial, germicidal and antiseptic properties, and contains the pain-killing compound eugenol, making it very effective in relieving dental pain. Clove oil has long been used in dentistry, mixed with zinc oxide to create temporary fillings, and as an anaesthetic before those drugs were available. It is an ingredient in quite a number of dental products, including toothpastes and mouthwashes.
A tooth aches because the decaying interior produces gas which gets pressurized and pushes against what is left of the nerve. Anything that cools the tooth reduces the gas pressure temporarily and you get a respite from the pain. Eventually it becomes very painful and then it’s time for the dentist to help.
I gargle hydrogen peroxide but don’t do it unless you are comfortable doing it I don’t have trouble not s wallowing so it’s no big deal but yes that will help if you have or coming with an infection.
Yes it does help. Talking from experience.
I have a remedy, but by now you probably stopped reading these answers so I will wait for your response then I will answer you.
Take calcium pills. Calcium is nature’s way of controlling sensitivity to pain. You can take a day’s dose with every meal. There is no overdose and the only side effect is strong bones.