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John Roberts

I know this sounds crazy but just try eating some bread I have no idea why it works I just know it worked for me

Rae

Hey i used clove oil and three painkillers doesn't go for too long but it hurts less, there are no quick long-term fixes apart from the dentist. But there are a few things i do: heat up a sock filled with salt and keep it on the afected side of your face, shots, 3 ibuprofen, do not be somewhere cold, occupy your mind and keep warm!!! No alcahol with ibuprofen [IMPORTANT] hope i have helped, good luck too you all x

Blazing

Ok so my tooth has been really killing me and after reading some suggestions on here, and not having a whole lot of it at work... I tried McCormick Garlic and Herb seasoning and l just put it on a napkin and rubbing it on my tooth, the throbbing and pain has dulled from a 20 to about a 2, its mainly just a lil pick now, you may have to repeat it but l've done it twice in a 24 hours, and its working wonders, I hope it helps you guys l know the feeling

jimmybud

About a year ago I had a filling fall out and due to no insurance as well as my pay being cut into half, I'm stuck with dealing with this myself. I've been using a temporary filling from Walgreens. The filling came out 2 weeks ago and I had run out of temporary filling and put sime more in 2 nights ago. Yesterday morning I woke up with really bad pain and an abcess on my gums right above the tooth that I temporaryily filled. The abcess is above the tooth between my my gumline and my cheek. Last night I gargled with salt water then brushed my teeth real well and sterilized a needle. I popped the abcess with the needle a few times in different spots. I did feel relief of the pressure but no pus had come out. I took 800 mil of ibuprofen and went to bed. This morning I woke up with a slight feeling of pressure and slight pain. Throughtout the day it's been getting stronger and I'm starting to feel some pressure in my cheeks and right below my eye is starting to swell. Just wondering if I should try to drain it again tonight, like I had said, there was relief from the pressure but my gums are alittle sore today.

Anonymous

First off to all thoose who say they will go to the dentist when they can after the pain stoped. You should know that as ur tooth continues to decay it will only cost more to get it pulled. So go get it done now....seriously.... Secondly home remidies to try:of course there is the ibuprophen and antibiotics but it seems they only work for so long so try very very salty water (water can be cold, warm, hot whatever you tolerate best) its important that u dont swish!! that will just make it worse. just let the water sit in ur mouth for a few minutes. Now the next part i urge u to be very careful on who trys this. If you have high blood pressure or are on any kind of blood thiners DO NOT do the following. Look for any visible swelling inside ur mouth located around the tooth that is hurting (keep in mind that sometimes our nerves are so fried that u may experiance pain on a lower tooth but really have an infection on the top tooth) if you do see sweeling do the following with caution... You need to poke the buble of pus and push out the pus i know its total gross but it will help so much. just make sure u sterilize whatever u are going to use before doing it. thats about all u can do for a tooth ache at home. so get ur butt to a dentist cuz it wont ever go away even if the pain is gone......p.s. im a dental assistant

Tanya

This will only work for a 'shallow' abscess that you can see clearly on your gum (a whitish area on the bump), and it comes with a BIG warning. It hurts horribly! But not as much as the abscess... Do ALL the steps if you want to see results.

Press salt into the gum with your finger, holding the salt on the affected area, and even massaging it in, if you can bear it. Do this every half hour for two or three hours. It WILL throb incredibly. And it will actually wreck the skin there, causing it to thin and then peel off within a day. IF the abscess is fairly close to the surface, this allows it to begin draining, relieving the pressure and taking away the pain. The salt also kills bacteria.

AT THE SAME TIME - you need to take an OTC anti-inflammatory, such as ibuprofen or cataflam. Do not exceed the recommended dose, but don't miss a dose either. Once an hour, rinse the affected area with an iodine mouthwash.

I have used this method and been pain-free within a day. Your gum will look awful for a day, white and yucky - but the 'salted' skin disappears quickly, leaving healthy gum tissue in its place.

Again - this will only work if the abscess is close enough to the surface to allow drainage.

Anonymous

Ok guys after looking at this sire I was overwhelmed and tried a couple in which it didn't work. I just poured peroxide in my mouth and let it set up to 5 minutes and repeating the process for the next 30 minutes taking a 5 minute break in between. I am feeling so much relief. The peroxide that sits in you mouth while its bubbling will pull the infection out. Feeling better but im not done yet.hope you feel better. Just pour the peroxide and let it set repeating the process until your comfortable

Anonymous

OK, I have been reading of all the things that have been posted. I broke my tooth and can't get in till Thursday. I tried 3 aleve, nothing!I tried ibuprofen 800mg and have been popping them like candy and I know that not very good but I really in pain! So this is what I did. I got dental wax at the store. clean the tooth the best I could with out crying from the pain. Made up sea salt and warm water and rinsed the tooth. Then covered the tooth with the dental wax. just that alone started to help some of the throbbing go away. I had so antibiotics from surgery that I just had. I know everyone doesn't have access to it but one of your friend will probably have some.then I took 2 more ibuprofen so far so good .....

Jameson

Lauder's Scotch. I have a tooth that I cracked about 4 years ago while eating popcorn. I HATE the dentist and the tooth is in the back and not visible so I didn't worry about it for over 3 years. Then, for no reason at all, it starts hurting about 6 months ago. I would wake up in the night with the whole side of my head pounding. The pain would last sometimes 30 min sometimes 4 hours, and then go away for awhile. I couldn't sleep, I was tired all day, and this went on for weeks (I know, go to the dentist, right?) so I noticed that when I used mouthwash while it was hurting, the pain would subside a little. Then I noticed that if I held a cheekful of mouthwash for about 5 minutes on the hurt tooth side, it would greatly aleve the tooth pain. Well, I figured that since the mouthwash is like 27% alcohol why not the real deal, so I bought a 15 dollar bottle of Lauders and man does it work like magic! I don't swallow it but I use it like the mouthwash and spit it out. 9 out of 10 times the pain goes away immediately!!!

Marie

I'm just now trying the tea bags. I did the first one for 15 minutes and nothing happened, then kids interrupted so I am going to do another and another till I see some change. What I wanted to share was something I read here a few times that is very true. I have been suffering with this tooth badly now for about 4 weeks. I have an abscess on the inside of my gum.
So I have noticed that what makes it worse and immediately makes my pain come back horribly and begin to pound is sweets. Two days ago I was fine until I had a sweet type bread in the morning, that ruined my whole day as then I had to struggle with the pain. Today I was doing so-so and then I had a slice of pie with whipped cream, chewed with the other side as usual but still it got into the tooth and here I now sit with a pounding-I-Want-To-Kill-Myself pain. So my advice is, while going through this DON'T HAVE SWEETS! I will let you all know how I fare with the teabags.

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