6 Home Remedies for Toothache That Really Work
Toothaches can vary greatly, from mild sorenessto an unbearable throbbing pain in your teeth or around your jaws. Some of the main causes of toothaches arecavities, an infection, an exposed tooth root, a cracked tooth, gum disease, a loose filling,or jaw joint disorder. A toothache happens when the central regionof the tooth, known as the pulp, becomes irritated or inflamed. The pulp consists of several nerve endingsthat are highly sensitive. Pulp can become inflamed or irritated formany reasons, some of which are noted above.
If you have toothache, it is best to seekimmediate advice from a dentist before the problem worsens. You can also try some natural remedies torelieve the pain temporarily. 1. Pepper and Salt Salt mixed with pepper can be of great usewhen a tooth becomes extremely sensitive as both the ingredients have antibacterial, antiinflammatoryand analgesic properties. Mix equal amounts of pepper and common saltwith a few drops of water to form a paste.
Apply the paste directly on the affected toothand allow it to sit for a few minutes. Do this daily for several days. 2. Garlic Use of garlic can also provide immense relieffrom toothache. Garlic has antibiotic and other medicinalproperties that can be very effective in reducing the pain. Mix a crushed garlic clove (or garlic powder)with some table salt or black salt and apply
it directly on the affected tooth to alleviatethe pain. If you prefer, you can chew one or two clovesof garlic to get relief. Repeat this natural treatment for a few days. 3. Cloves Cloves have antiinflammatory, antibacterial,antioxidant and anesthetic properties that help alleviate tooth pain and fight infection. Grind two whole cloves.
Mix in a little olive oil or any vegetableoil and apply on the affected tooth. Another option is to dab a cotton ball inclove oil and rub it directly on the sore tooth. Or, you can mix a few drops of clove oil inhalf a glass of water and use it as a mouth rinse. 4. Guava Leaves Fresh guava leaves can also alleviate toothache,thanks to their antiinflammatory, analgesic
and antimicrobial properties. Simply chew one or two tender guava leavesuntil the juice starts working on the affected tooth. You can also use raw spinach leaves in thesame way. 5. Vanilla Extract Vanilla extract is another popular home remedyfor treating toothache as it helps numb the pain.
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