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Natural homemade remedies for dental pain

At some point of time, many of us have suffered toothaches or some other dental pain. Many a time we have seen our grandma recommending some homemade remedy for different ailments. The best way is to see your dentist to diagnose the cause and take proper treatment.

Natural toothache remedies are more popular as people want to try homemade remedies before they try out any expensive treatment.

Some of the main reasons for trying out homemade remedies are –

Natural remedies are always the first resort.

Whenever we are faced with any ailments our natural instinct is to try out homemade remedies and see whether we can get any relief. For toothaches also, we try out home remedies as the first natural recourse.

Expensive treatments.

Dental treatments are expensive treatments and beyond the reach of many. Moreover the painful nature of these treatments, deter many from going to a good dentist.

More than one sitting is needed for any dental treatment.

Simple cleaning of the teeth requires a minimum of two sittings. Due to lack of time and money, many resort to homemade treatments.

Some of the symptoms of a toothache are –

  1. Cavities.
  2. Inflammation of the gums.
  3. Tooth enamel erosion.
  4. Grinding of teeth.
  5. Sinus pressure.

Remember all these pains will not go away in a single night. It is generally advisable to see a dentist to get better and faster relief. You would need to effectively treat the cause and not the pain, as it is the right thing to do.

Let us look at some of the popular homemade remedies which may have some immediate temporary benefits, but in long run it is always advisable to see a dentist.

Clove oil.

It is one of the most common and effective ways to ease your toothache. Cloves have a natural anaesthetic called eugenol, which numbs the area it touches. Take a drop of clove oil on a cotton ball and keep it on the aching tooth. However do remember that clove oil can cause irritation on the tongue and on other sensitive parts in your mouth.

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Rinsing your mouth with salt water.

Salt water cleanses the infected areas and removes all the bacteria and dirt particles in your mouth. Just take a little salt in a glass of water and keep the water in your mouth for around 3 seconds and then gargle. Though there are no long term benefits, it is safe and also helps to clean your mouth.

Hydrogen Peroxide Rinse.

Hydrogen peroxide helps in cleaning your mouth from bacteria rather them simply rinsing it. Mix identical parts of hydrogen peroxide with normal water and keep the combination in your mouth for around 40 seconds and then throw it out. It will defend you against gingivitis, which is the potential reason behind toothache pain. But this is a dangerous solution. If it is ingested inadvertently then you might have abdominal or intestinal problems.  Also if there is no right amount of water for its dilution, then it might cause your mouth to burn which can be dangerous.

Garlic.

A clove of garlic has good antibiotic qualities. It can stop bacteria from attacking your teeth.

You can mash a clove of garlic and mix it with a little salt and then apply it on the affected area. Else you can just chew a clove of garlic few times a day. Remember it is a temporary relief and you might get bad breath by eating garlic.

Peppermint Tea Bags.

Wet and used tea bags are used to calm sensitive teeth. Peppermint has numbing properties just like cloves, which is ideal for treating pain.

First, apply a cooled teabag directly on the throbbing area. Second, position the tea bag in the fridge for a few moments and then use it on the teeth. Keep the tea bag on the teeth for at least 15 to 20 minutes.

Again this is an organic tooth treatment, which will have temporary benefits.

Vanilla Extract.

Alcoholic substances in vanilla act as a numbing agent. Further the fragrance of vanilla is believed to be comforting and relaxing which helps to reduce the pain.

First, dab a tiny amount of organic vanilla on your finger and rub it on the throbbing tooth and gum area. Second, apply a tiny amount of organic vanilla extract to a cotton ball and place it on the afflicted area.

Due to the alcohol content, it is not considered absolutely safe for children.

These are some Natural homemade remedies for dental pain. Though they might provide some temporary relief, it is always advisable to visit your dentist to diagnose the cause and take proper treatment.

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