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My mom said back years ago the used a baby aspirin not a regular bitter aspirin, I am having a horrible tooth ache from a filling falling out but don't have the money to get it fixed right away as I am disabled, I have been reading through these list of remedies and I do see aspirin but not baby aspirin, the ones that are 81mg and chewable, so I went and bought some, it the very back bottom moller, I took the baby aspirin and bit down on it and instantly felt it hit that nerve it was painful but I kept it bit down in that spot until it dissolved about 5 minutes and as soon as it dissolved the pain was instantly gone, it says you can take one every 6 hour and about6 hours later you can feel the pain slightly starting in so I keep repeating every 6 hours and the pain stas away! Old remedies do work, and I am sure many listed below work as well, it depends on the person and where the nerve is exposed on which remedy will work for you, if yours is on the side a baby aspirin might not work unless you crush it up and make a paste out of it and put it directly on the side because you can't bite down, let it do its job as its dissolving, so the oils, garlic, etc might be a better solution I just know this worked perfect for me every 6 hours, might be a pain to fool with every 6 hours but I would rather do this than suffer. So good luck on finding the right remedy for you and God Bless!

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One old time remedy that you should not follow is to place an aspirin against the sore tooth. You will have just as much if not more of an effect by swallowing the aspirin.Aspirin is actually an acid (acetylsalicylic acid to be exact) and placing it directly against your gums or teeth will cause corrosion of your teeth and acid burns on your gums.


Dentists do not recommend putting aspirin against the nerves or gum area as it burns the gums and causes further problems.

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