Home Remedies for Toothache II II
Welcome to Health care at Home We have one of our viewer from Jabalpur emailed us he's saying that he often had toothache his tooth has become very sensitive If he eats any thing sour then his tooth become sour , he is not even able to have icecream and he tries to eat then it makes him cry, that much sensitive his tooth has become so asking home remedies. See, one of the most important thing is that you must know that why your tooth has become so much of sentitive Don't eat such thing which create Acid
Because if the Acid is created so that will be the reason of the sensitivity of your tooth along it remember one thing if you want you tooth to be healthy. so you must drink minimum 3 liter of water in a day Because whatever Acid is created , you have to get it neutral by drinking this much of water so that it won't harm you It is necessary to brush the teeth twice, once in morning when you wake up. I often seen that people don't brush before sleeping which cause sensitivity to the teeth. One of the major reason for the sensitivity that people brush for long time And when they start brushing that keep goes on for 12 n hour. that is also the reason of the sensitivity
if possible then brush your teeth with Dry Margosa Bark or Babool Bark You will notice the sensitivity of your teeth will be vanished with them only. There is one more simple remedy, take Lukewarm warm water mix Rock Salt in it And do gargle morning evening . You will notice that there is no sensitivity One more remedy i will tell you,you said that you have toothache also Whenever you have ache, take Garlic Clove mash it lightly and mix some rock salt in it and put this garlic and rock salt by pressing with force where you have pain in your tooth, with this the saliva which will be created, gargle with water and spit out.
You will find that your toothache sensitivity both will get disappear. Yes, there is one more remedy which is very good in toothache. Take few drops of Lemon juice add pinch of Asafoetida. Apply it wherever you have pain in your tooth You will find that magically your toothache will be disappear. Chew cloves, in whichever teeth you have pain put clove let's its saliva near that teeth only This works very good in the sensitivity and also gives fast relief in toothache. Guava Leaves, if you wash the leaves of guava propeller and after chewing let it spread in all over your mouthteeth after that do gargle with water
by this you will get relief in n in the sensitivity of your tooth, what all scars on the tooth we had in toothache. If you didn't get Guava Leaves then you can use Mango Leaves. There is one more good quality of mango leaves if your teeth are loosen from the gums. If they will chew let that saliva spread in their mouth for 10 minutes after that will gargle from water, so that gums holds teeth with strong grip. Take some Mustard Seeds oil and add some Rock Salt, Once the paste sort of get ready the twice in a day by your finger, yes not with the brush. You have to apply this on your teeth by your finger after application whatever saliva get created just spit it out. This all will going to take 57 minutes. after that do gargle with Luke warm water.
You will notice that your sensitivity will be vanished and if you have toothache, then that will also be vanished. If you have bleeding problem, bleeding form the gums. Then take some salt, mustard seed oil add pinch of turmeric powder if you apply this paste and do brush with finger then problem of bleeding gums will also be disappear. So, do these remedies, they are very simple remedies. Try to not to use brush instead your Bark of medicated trees or Tooth powder Take to use Dry Margosa Babool Bark. They are natural things if you will use them so with this there are very low possibilities of having mouth caner. Then any type of problem relate to teeth, if you use Dry Mangora Bark this works wonder and give relief. So do all these remedies. Be with nature instead of using artificial products
I Chipped My Tooth How Can I Fix It
I chipped my tooth! How can I fix ité If you cracked the thing in half trying toprove something, like saying you do not need no stinking nutcracker, put it in milk andget to an emergency dentist. It is not that big, that bad, whatever. Whymilké Milk helps preserve it and give it nutrients.That's true whether it is chipped or knocked out. When they say milk does a body good, no onementioned that benefit. If it is a small chip, save it, then get toan emergency dentist. They may be able to
glue it on with the same stuff they use forfillings and crowns. Can't I use that stuffé Heck, I've gotsuperglue. Super glue may form a film fast to protectthe resin against water, and get used for minor cuts in place of stitches, but you shouldnot use superglue with a chipped tooth. Get a dental emergency kit from the store. What does that have that I do not alreadyhaveé Temporary dental epoxy to put fillings andcrowns back in place, until you get to a dentist to put the permanent glues in place. Theycan use the same permanent adhesives to put
a larger chipped tooth piece back. I worry that they cannot do it. So the dentist decides whether or not to grinddown that part of the tooth and give you a crown, or a large filling or a veneer. I've heard of veneers. Is that like a grillé Grills are like useless bling around yourneck, showing off but no functional use. Veneers can be put on teeth to cover up imperfectionsand even things out, like a chipped tooth. I've heard there are things you can do yourselfwith chipped teeth.
If you're waiting until Monday to see thedentist, you can put the same braces wax kids use when the metal is poking them on the brokentooth so you do not cut your cheek. Or in a pinch, sugarless chewing gum. Why sugarlessé So you do not give the spot that needs tobe repaired a jump start on cavity formation. It's more than a little spot. So use dental wax or components for a dentalemergency kit that are safe for internal use, to cover the spot. If it's intermediatein size, the dentist may use bonding material
to glue the piece back, or put a fake piecein its place. But none of this is anything I can fix myself. If it is a little bit of crazing from wearand tear on the teeth, you may not have to fix anything, unless cavities have startedto form. After that, you'll probably need multiple fillings or a crown. I'm talking to a dentist about this.
An abscess is a painful infection thatarises when bacteria gain access to the pulp tissues of a tooth by way of a crack, leaking dental restoration like a crownor large filling, or even the lateral canal which may naturally occur and be exposed to the oral cavity by gum recession. Many different species of bacteria arefound in the mouth, and the ones that decay teeth may bedifferent from those that produce
abscesses. A decayed tooth simplycreates favorable conditions for bacteria to multiply. The body responds to foreign invaderslike bacteria by increasing blood flow to the tooth to deliver specialized cells that canfight the infection. The increased blood flow to the tooth, known as quot;hyperemiaquot; produces intense pressure inside, because teeth are rigid and cannotswell.
Pressure on the nerves inside leads to asevere toothache. Eventually, the tooth's fresh blood suppy is cut off by the high pressure inside of it, and the tissue inside dies. The tooth maystop hurting, but the problem has simply changed location. The infection then spreads into the jaw bone, where fluid accumulation causes throbbing, swelling, and sometimes numbness. An abscess is a true dental emergency,and is usually treated by some
combination of antibiotic therapy, endodontic treatment (or quot;root canalquot;) orremoval of the tooth.