How to Cure a Toothache Fast
Hey guys, Axe here. Today, I'm going talkto you about home remedies for toothaches. If you've ever had a toothache or you havea young child or a teething baby that has a toothache, you know that those can be painful.Those can be nagging and they can really just make you miserable. And so, I want to go overmy top three natural remedies for curing toothaches fast. The first thing you need to use are essentialoils. And the best essential oil according to the medical literature is clove oil. Cloveactually ranks as the highest antioxidant herb in the entire world today.
So you can get a little bottle of essentialoils here of clove oil. You just take a. just one single drop and you rub it righton the area. Now for teething babies, a lot of times whatyou'll do is you'll take clove oil. You'll mix it with an equal amount of coconut oiland then you'll use that, and rub it just right on the area. So again, you can see here, just take a bottleof essential oil, a drop or two coconut oil. You rub it right on the area. There are severalmedical studies showing that cloves or clove oil is so effective at actually helping healand helping relieve the pain associated with
toothaches. If you don't have clove essential oil at home,you can actually go to the store and actually buy just clove powder. Mix that with coconutoil and rub that on the area as well. But I will tell you, the oil of clove is the mosteffective, even more effective than actually the clove powder that you'd cook with or bakewith at home. But again, if you don't have it, don't haveaccess, then doing some of the clove powder with coconut oil does work. The next thing you want to be doing is seasalt. In fact doing sea salt in the area,
gargling and swishing around the area withsea salt. Sea salt actually has natural antibacterial activities. It can actually have an analgesiceffect on the area. So again, swishing around some sea salt inthe area is also effective home remedy for fighting and healing toothaches. And last but not least, if you really wantto soothe or numb the area, peppermint oil. Peppermint oil contains menthol which actuallycan help numb that area as well. So what I would recommend, ideally, if youwant to help heal or cure a toothache, the first thing you would do is you would swisharound in your mouth for two minutes, you'll
swish around sea salt. The next thing you do right afterwards, isyou would create a mixture of clove oil and peppermint oil and rub it directly on thearea. If you do those things together, you're going to find it's really going to help youovercome that toothache very quickly. And let me say if it really gets out of hand,obviously, you do want to go and see your local dentist or schedule appointment to seea dentist. Some other things you may consider doing isreally backing off your sugar intake. You know, consuming sugar can feed yeast and bacteriathat can be causing a toothache, as well,
or inflammation the area. So really reducingand eliminating excess sugar intake can definitely help, another thing you may consider doing. But remember, hey, you want to kick a toothachefast. Remember these ingredients, clove oil, peppermint oil, and sea salt are the mosteffective home remedies when overcoming toothaches. And hey, if you want to learn more about themost effective natural remedies that you can be using, check out my website draxe .I have a tab on my page called quot;Natural Remediesquot; where I have well over 100 natural remediesfor almost every health condition you can imagine.
7 Most Painful Dental Conditions Ever How They Will Kill You
These are the seven most painful dental conditions ever. After watching this, you'll be scared shitless about your next trip to the dentist. Number 7: Dental AbscessA dental abscess is an infection inside the tooth or the gums that's filled with pus.If not treated properly, it has the potential to turn deadly. While there are a few differenttypes of abscesses, they generally all have similar symptoms. The pain involved with an abscess usuallystarts off mild, but can quickly become extremely painful. The pain has been described as athrobbing or shooting sensation. The area in question will also swell up turn red.In more extreme cases, the abscess may spread
to the bones tissue near the teeth, whichcould cause swelling in the face or lymph glands on the neck. The pain will then spreadto the side of the face near the toothache. If a severe abscess were to go untreated,it could eventually spread internally to tissues muscles near the infected area. This spreadcan lead to a dangerous condition known as Ludwig's angina, or an infection occuringon the floor of the mouth. This disease can be deadly as it often restricts necessaryairways. In fact, the name â€œanginaâ€� is derived from the Greek word â€œankhon,â€�meaning â€œstrangling.â€� In addition to feelings of being strangled, the face, neck, headwill also become infected.
It is even possible for people to die froman abscess. Famous fashion designer notorious Nazi supporter Hugo Boss died from a toothabcess in 1948. A 12yearold boy named Deamonte Driver died from a tooth abscess as well whenit spread to his brain. Despite two operations six weeks in the , his life couldnot be saved. The same thing happened in 2011 to 24yearold Kyle Willis when the infectionspread to his brain caused it to swell. In the cases of both Driver Willis, a delayin treatment was due to the fact that neither of them had health insurance. Number 6: Periodontal Gum DiseasePeriodontal gum disease is the result when
gingivitis goes untreated. It appears as inflammation infection around the tooth when severe enough, can cause tooth loss damage to yourbone structure. Once your gums are infected, they begin pulling away from the tooth. Thisspace allows bacteria to form underneath the gums. It'll then progress by badly damagingthe bone structure under the gums usually results in teeth falling out or being removedif not treated properly. Symptoms of periodontal gum disease includesensitive teeth, bleeding gums, swollen gums, loose teeth, painful chewing. It is oftenthe result of smoking, hormonal changes, or a byproduct of other diseases such as diabetesor even AIDS.
Number 5: EdentulismEdentulism is a condition in which one is either completelyâ€”or at least partiallyâ€”toothless.It affects an estimated 158 million people worldwide. As we all can suspect, losing one's teethcan be very problematic. Teeth serve many basic yet important functions such as chewingfood, maintaining speech, supporting your facial structure. Teeth also allow humansto break their food down in a manner that is more digestible through a process knownas mastication. As a result, malnutrition is a very possible side effect, which mayadditionally have a domino effect. Weight
loss, constipation, arthritis have beenknown to occur as well. In the most extreme cases of edentulism, the condition has evenbeen connected to more serious sometimes lifethreatening diseases such as Parkinson'sdisease, heart problems, even cancer. Number 4: TMJ ConditionsTemporomandibular joint dysfunction, or TMJ, describes a condition in which three importantparts of the mouth experience pain: the muscles that move the jaw, the muscles of mastication, the temporomandibular joints (which connect the mandible to the skull). If left untreated,TMJ conditions can become chronic quite painful.
Why do my teeth hurt Toothache symptoms Sensitive Teeth Gum Pain Tooth Pain Infection Wisdom
In this tutorial we will quickly go over thelikely and somewhat likely symptoms to each of these causes of pain. And then we willpost in a link below a tutorial to where you can find temporary relief for each type ofpain. It is important to listen to this tutorial inits entirety because each cause of pain has symptoms that mimic some of the other causesof toothache. And therefore you need to find a cluster of Toothache symptoms that relateto you and your toothache. We will start with a dying nerve. Your toothhas a nerve running down the center of it. If that nerve becomes sick your like to experienceone or more of the likely symptoms. Tooth
Pain to hot, pain to cold, a radiating paindown the side of your face and a sharp pain when biting down. You might also experiencesome of these other somewhat likely symptoms. An abscessed or dead tooth is likely to exhibitat least on of the following symptoms. Throbbing on the side of the face, swelling on the sideof the face, pain that radiates up the side of the face, also, pain during or after chewing.You might also see a little pimple on the side of your gums. Also you might experienceany one of the following somewhat likely symptoms. The symptoms of a cracked tooth vary widelydepending on how deep the crack is. However you are very likely to have a sharp or zingingpain when you bite down that can be localized
to a certain area. Also you might have radiatingpain, throbbing, or even a loose tooth, also the somewhat likely symptoms.Your teeth have little ligaments that hold them into place. If those ligament becomeinflamed like they do for some people that grind their teeth you are likely to experienceone of the following symptoms. Throbbing in your teeth, headaches, pain in your teeththat you can't really localize where it is at in your mouth, pain after eating, or painin your toothache after you wake up in the morning. Also the somewhat likely symptoms.If those teeth ligament become infected like in gum disease you are likely to experienceone of the following symptoms. Throbbing in
all your teeth, Pain upon biting or chewing,pain when you floss your teeth and then also swollen gums. Also the somewhat likely symptoms.Irritated tooth ligaments like when you get a popcorn husk stuck in you gums experiencethe following likely symptoms. Gum Pain to flossing, Gum pain to chewing in that localizedarea, throbbing from a localized area, also pain after eating a meal.A small to medium sized cavity most likely won't give you any pain at all, but if itdoes it's normally a pain to sweets or possibly to cold.Sensitive teeth are what happen when the underlying levels of your teeth become exposed like whenyou have gum recession or after the dentist
drills on your teeth. The likely symptomsare pain to cold in a specific area and also pain when you touch on random spots of yourtooth. Also Tooth pain when you brush your teeth.TMJ or TMD is the disorder of this joint right here. And the symptoms vary widely but youwould be most likely to have one of the following symptoms. Headaches, Pain that radiates onone side of the face or pain when chewing on one side of the face also many other somewhatlikely symptoms. Wisdom teeth pain can mimic any of the othercause of pain I already explained However it is also very likely to have pain when bitingand chewing in the very back corners of your
mouth.An oral fungal infection has one very common symptom and that is burning on your tongueor in your entire mouth. Oral Lesions are very serious and there aremany different types and thus very many different symptoms you should get in to see your dentistespecially if it doesn't go away after 14 days. Oral lesions will normally burn in thatlocalized area. I hope you were able to match a cluster ofyour symptoms to one of the causes of tooth pain. If you did now you can watch one ofmy tutorial on how to find temporary relief for that cause of pain. Also in the descriptionbelow I am going to include a link to a diagram