Quick tips for toothache

A toothache is one of the most annoying pains that a person can experience. Although in most cases the problem can be solved only by the dentist, there are certain tricks that we can use as a first aid. The main thing is to establish the cause of toothache.

In most cases the pain is caused due to caries, abscess, and spent dentin, progression to the nerve, broken teeth, or gingivitis. It is certainly not to put heat packs good advice onto the inflammation and swelling. The most common solution in each case is the painkillers, aspirin or ibuprofen, but here are some other procedures that may help you to going to the dentist.

A mixture of tea

The mixture consists of two bags or two tablespoons of mint tea of lemon balm and four tablespoons St. John’s Wort. Add five drops of valerian into the mixture. Let the solution sit for 15 minutes, if you are experiencing stronger pain, you can drink up to 2 cups of this tea.

Alcohol

Clusters of bacteria cause inflammation that can be alleviated by alcohol. Using the alcohol in this way does not suggest drinking the alcohol, but it used for flushing the teeth in order to disinfect the mouth and destroy the bacteria. Alcohol should be at room temperature. The most effective for this purpose is cognac.

Brine rinse

Rinsing your mouth with warm or hot brine also helps with cleaning, and is useful in the case of swollen gums because it helps in preventing gum infection.

Cold compresses

Putting a cold compress on the face or on the sore spot will certainly alleviate a little the pain and reduce the swallow area. Try keeping the cold compress on the sore place for about 10-20 minutes, every hour. Interruptions are required to avoid cooling of the skin surface.

Chamomile

Chamomile is traditionally used in reducing any kind of inflammation. Fresh chamomile is more efficient than the old and dry chamomile. It is necessary to make a small bag, soak them in hot or cold water as desired and keep a few minutes on the sore spot in the mouth.

Tea Tree Oil

Pure tea tree oil is one of the strongest natural antiseptics. In comparison to other antiseptics, it keeps effectiveness even in the presence of blood and infection. The oil acts lightly anesthetic and helps in the treatment of minor injuries such as burns, sunburn, frostbite, fungal diseases of the skin and nails, inflammation of the upper parts of the respiratory tract, sore throat, colds and periodontal disease. It is effective against canker sores, warts, herpes, and irritation from insect bites and repels ticks and lice. Apply a few drops of pure oil on a cotton ball and put on a tooth or add in warm water for gargling and rinsing the mouth.

Acupressure

Certain parts of the body respond favorably to the pressure and to reduce the pain it is necessary to stimulate an appropriate manner.

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