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This advice is intended to be archival in nature. The natural remedies here are submitted by numerous people from around the world, and we have no way to test or verify every remedy. As such these home remedies should be used for academic purposes only. Never use any home remedy or other self treatment without being advised to do so by a physician.

Home Remedies for Toothache – Fast Tooth Pain Relief
Author: Dr John Anne

Ache of the tooth, more commonly known as a toothache, is clinically labeled either odontalgia or odontalgy. The intense discomfort associated with such affected tooth, is in the aching pain that involves the tooth or areas around it. Sources that contribute to the aching tooth are developed due to problems concerning the tooth or jaw. To identify the cause, in determining the point from which is fueling the pain, so that an appropriate home remedy for toothache can be ascertained, detection, as to the problem, must be conducted. General maladies can be among such ailments as a cavity, disease of the gum, presentation of wisdom teeth, a crack in the tooth, disease of the jaw or a root of the tooth that has become exposed.

Among the ailing conditions that lead to the pain and discomfort associated with a toothache, in correlation to a determination in a home remedy for toothache, tooth decay tops the ailments. Tooth decay, simply expressed, is the result of an inappropriate diet or insufficient eating habits. Such criticisms are founded in the evidence of excessive sugars, in the consumable forms of candy, carbohydrates that are refined, pastries and refined carbohydrates, along with many other edible forms containing considerable sugar content.

Cures for the causes of toothaches are within the practice of dentistry or oral surgery. However, in emergency, immediate and temporary relief from the pain and discomfort of a toothache - until the affected and suffering individual can obtain professional dental attention - a home remedy for toothache must be sought.

Garlic is the essential ingredient in one home remedy for toothache for temporary relief. One clove of garlic, combined with a pinch of rock salt, is to be applied to the afflicted tooth. As a result, pain is eventually relieved. As a "tip" towards a home remedy for toothache preventative, a single clove of garlic should be chewed each day, preferable in the morning, as it can aid in strengthening teeth, and maintaining overall dental health.

Onion can also provide relief from a toothache, as a home remedy for toothache. The bactericidal properties of an onion can aid in alleviating discomfort, by placing a piece of the vegetable upon the affected tooth or gum. Another tip, where onion is concerned, is to chew and consume a raw onion each day, as another home remedy for toothache prevention, again, based upon its bactericidal properties.

Lime, based upon its richness in vitamin C, is among the hosts as a home remedy for toothache. Placing a slice of the citrus on the affected tooth or gum area can bring a considerable amount of relief to the affected area. In addition, as a preventative home remedy for toothache, lime offers many benefits towards dental care, as it aids in the prevention of cavities, makes teeth secure, and lessens bleeding of the gums.

Chewing of wheat grass is among such home remedy for toothache. It's' natural benefits can cure a toothache, as it draws the toxins from the affected tooth and related gums, while eliminating bacterial growth.

A cotton swab soaked in a natural solution of asafetida and lemon juice, warmed, and then applied to the cavity of the affected tooth is an excellent home remedy for toothache, as its properties are quick in the relief of pain.

From the bark of bay berry, along with vinegar, can be made into a paste. Such paste, applied to the aching tooth, as another alternative home remedy for toothache can alleviate the pain and discomfort. For gum strengthening, it is beneficial in applying the same bay berry bark paste to the gums.

Another home remedy for toothache can be found in clove. The oil derived from cloves contains antiseptic properties. Thus, the application of clove oil, directly to the cavity of the afflicted tooth will bring relief to the pain.

Salt and pepper, literally, from the table, mixed together, can be added to clove oil to create another alternative pain relieving application, as yet another home remedy for toothache. Apply the simple homemade formulation to the affected cavities.

In summarization, a healthy regular diet, combined with routine dental care, to include the essential flossing and brushing, with quality toothpaste, will aid as a home remedy for toothache as to more of a preventative measure.

 

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DATE: 11/7/2012 6:19:51 PM ... SCREEN NAME: rob432
I went to the dentist today out of sheer terror. they pulled one,one had a fracture and the two in the very front are loose one also has an absess. all they gave me was tramadol (what a joke) my question is will the lime elp me at all I am still in agony...
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DATE: 3/3/2012 4:50:15 AM ... SCREEN NAME: ngtwork
What I did for absecced tooth. Take a Q-tip and run water over it. Squeeze excess water out. Then dip it into cayenne pepper and push it into the cavity & around the base of the tooth at the gum line. Add more pepper if it does not begin to burn some. Got Garlic Gel pills at 1000mg minimum and took 2 a day...one in the morning and one before bed. The Cayenne made the pain very tolerable almost immediately after applying it. The cayenne will kill the bacteria almost
as soon as it makes contact and the Garlic Gel pills will
make sure the bacteria will not come back. Be sure to brush teeth and gums after each meal to keep food out of the cavity. If gums are swollen due to abcess put cayenne
on the gum and be ready for an unpleasent burning sensation for a little while. Try not to get the cayenne on your tongue or lips as it will be unpleasent as in hot. The burning will go away in a short time. If you have to spit
go ahead and spit into the sink. The cayenne should be where it needs to be and you may even have a little swelling, and a very small amount of pain the next day. (just noticeable) By noon or so you should have no pain at all. The cavity should stop getting larger at this point as you will have destroyed the bacteria that eats the tooth.
I would put cayenne in the cavity once a week to make sure it kills any bacteria that may begin from food that does not get completely cleaned out each day you eat.
I have been experimenting and have been pain free
for over 2 months at this time. I am going to see how long I can go without going to the dentist. I have read that some cavites can heal if you get the correct nutrition. I suppose I will find out.
Good luck and may God bless you!
Bill
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DATE: 1/23/2012 7:34:53 PM ... SCREEN NAME: Pain
I have a broken moler an now a abcess its painful
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