I saw a lot of people who said ibuprofen works really great for broken tooth pain relief most of my teeth are broken or starting to break and personally ibuprofen doesn't even help but what I did find that helps is Naproxen Sodium brand name is like Advil ect. You can buy it pretty cheap just about anywhere. Fair warning Naproxen sodium may cause a severe allergic reaction, especially in people allergic to aspirin. It contains NSAID which may cause severe stomach bleeding. Chances are higher if you are 60 years or older, have had stomach ulcers or bleeding problems, take a blood thinning or steroid drug, take other drugs containing NSAID's(aspirin, ibuprofen,naproxen, and others, you have 3+ alcoholic drinks everyday while using this product, take more or for longer time than directed. Another thing that may help is brush your teeth and get anything that's stuck in the tooth out and put some orajel on some was generally used for braces and form it to the holes. Not always the most pleasant option I've found it hurts pretty bad for a minute or two then works great. I wish all luck and if you're like me and have chronic dry mouth now would be the time to try some of the mouth washes specifically for dry mouth. The biotin gum isn't the best tasting but it does help with the dry mouth which helps prevent your teeth from decaying no matter what you do.
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