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I read through all of these trying to figure out which one I was feeling brave enough to try, then I saw the one on acupressure (pressure points) and decided to do my own research. Found a page with the different pressure points for toothaches and they worked. I was skeptical but pleasantly surprised. I didn't do the arm point. I did all the others though and for a couple minutes at a time a few different times. You can google acupressure points for toothaches for a visual, and the information is copied from the site I found it on. Hope this helps someone else.

Points (A) -- Facial Beauty
Location: At the bottom of the cheekbone, directly below the pupil. Benefits: Relieves toothaches, head congestion, and sinus pain.

Points (B) -- Jaw Chariot
Location: Between the upper and lower jaws, on the muscle in front of the earlobe that bulges when the back teeth are slightly clenched. Benefits: Relieves jaw pain and spasm, TMJ problems, lockjaw, sore throats, dental neuralgia, and toothaches.

Points (C) -- Shoulder Meeting Point
Location: On the outer surface of the upper arm, one thumb width in back of the base of the upper arm muscle (the deltoid) and two finger widths higher up toward the shoulder. Benefits: Relieves toothaches, elbow pain, shoulder pain, and painful arm extension.

Points (D) -- Joining the Valley
Caution: This point is forbidden for pregnant women because its stimulation can cause premature contractions in the uterus.
Location: In the webbing between the thumb and index finger at the highest spot of the muscle when the thumb and index finger are brought close together. Benefits: Relieves headaches and toothaches.

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i aggrivated the nerve in my tooth clove oil worked first but then it came bk nothing was getting rid of the pain it was unbearable i am so glad i saw this post the pressure point on the jaw or b on the list was amazing i could feel the pain fading away after a few seconds thank you so so much xxxx


OMGee (b) pressure point works! I've had 6 ibuprofen, chewed on ice and slapped my face (to transfer pain) and nothing worked. Pressure point worked!! Thank you!!


Point D works. I ice it though for about 1 minute or 2. Read in a Home Remedy book to place ice cube on the spot for about a minute or so and repeat as needed. It dulls my pain significantly.

Nikki Maurer

So glad I saw this post - pressure points definitely work too- thank you! I've been using only warm

VERY salty water as my nerve is exposed and some ibuprofen - it goes from a 10/10 to a 5, 4, 3/10 if you swish it around the area. It's worked for me. After reading these posts, I have just started combining a system of warm salt water swishes with mouthwash swishes (alternating, not together) just then and the mouthwash seemed to work immediately; well it's down to a 1/10! Touch wood!


Wow I had all the problems enumerated above and pressed on the pressure points and I'm completely relieved of all of them. Thanks a million!!!

Brandon Clark

So I have a wisdom tooth buried under my molar and it pushed up into it and broke it.. The pain is so intense I would have rather been shot. So I what I did was take the shower head off so it's a thick pour and got it past the unbearable part of hot. At this point the pain wouldn't allow me to lift my head up. Before I backed into the steaming hot water I asked God to take this pain away.. So I backed up and the hot water sent a shock through my body and instant relief.. I'm going with the power of God in this one.. Amen! And for those with pain still.. There is no medicine like the power of God. Good luck ????


this actually worked

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