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Anonymous

I have had a toothache for over two months now. If one side of my mouth did not hurt, the other side did. Sometimes, both sides hurt at once. I went to my doctor (becuase I couldn't afford to go to the dentist), and he prescribed me 800mg of Ibuprofen and 875mg of Amoxicillin. That didn't work. I went back two days later, and was prescribed 325mg of Oxycodene and 500mg of Naproxen. That helped a little. Then one night, I was in agony so bad that I got on the net and found this site. I tried the vanilla extract and a cold icepack. That put me to sleep for the night. Then the next day, I tried clove leaves, brushed my teeth with Sensodine toothpaste, rinsed with Listerine, and washed my mouth out with salt water. That seemed to work too. Then I decided to try one more thing. I went to Rite-Aid and picked up a product called Red Cross. I must say, I felt relief in an instant. It is very inexpensive, and it is a good investment.

So, for all of you who are afraid of the dentist, cant make it to one anytime soon, or who can not afford to go, please, please, please go to your nearest pharmacy and pick up some Red Cross. You will be glad that you did, I know I am!

Ambica Devi

For instant relief from Tooth ache, take fresh guava leaves and boil it with water. Then it becomes slightly cool gargle this water for 3 times. This works perfect for tooth aches.

Anonymous

If you have a massive toothache, get some liquid tylenol and swish it around your pain then swallow it. it takes the initial pain away, but for a short period of time, do not continue doing it. just do it to take the pain away, then see a dentist.

Anonymous

Use regular mouthwash like Listerine for about 2-3 mins. It numbs the pain for a short while. It works on dull or aching teeth but maybe not for moderate to severe pain.

Tee Jay

I want to thank all of you for your help in the remidies. Well, I have a strong fobia of Dentist and have no insurance to see one if I wanted to. Well, I tried the swishing with warm salt water it comes it down quite a bit. I have the red cross and it does work wonders. You can get it by the way from Walgreens and from a store here called Freds. Also, be carefull with the BC because it can cause lots of problems with your gums. I tried denta filling in the tooth and it works for 3-5 weeks. You can get that at Krogers or Walgreens. It comes in a dental kit with something like Red Cross. I have been having this for months and it has calmed it down a great deal. Hopefully I can get the nerve to go to a dentist but now, I have no insurance and no nerve. Good Luck to all and God bless. Sweet dreams

Anonymous

This may sound crazy but it works for me especialy if you have a lot of tooth decay or have cracking in your teeth. I have tryed everything from ibuprophen to tyanol to canka. I am now using liquid origel maximum streangh and instead of using a Q-tip i use a flosser and I put a little on my finger and massage it into the flosser so i can get in between my teeth because I do not have the finances to see a dentist. Also using vanilla extract in this manner works as well. I also drink tea to get the pain to ease up too

Anonymous

I have used everything I also have gum disease but I find at night if you use a hot wet cloth and put it to your cheeks whichever side the pain is on then the pain does go away. I also bought a neck heating bag and you warm it up in the microwave for 2 minutes and lay on it while you are sleeping the pain subsided and I was able to go to sleep which helps with having a 3 year daughter

Janelle

TAKE A Q-TIP AND SOME PURE VANILLA EXSTRACT AND APPLY TO THE AREA OFPAIN AND JUST RUB IT ON THE SPOT.

aria

ok so I've been dying with tooth pain-- seriously no joke. I was ready to take pliers and pull the tooth out.

I tried the clove oil and it didn't really help and it tasted GROSS. however, vanilla seems to be working fine. Now I don't know if it's the vanilla in conjunction with the tylonel but it's helping, i think.

Just dip a q-tip in vanilla and place the q-tip on top of the tooth that's hurting and just keep it there...

Anonymous

This may sound a little cazy but it has worked for me. My wisdom tooth is infected and I have been to the dentist. He perscribed anitibiotic and narcotic pain reliever which has not worked on my pain. My best friend told me about the listerine pocket pack strips. She told me to lay a strip on the infected tooth and instantly the pain was gone. You have to repeat this process about every 45mins or so but it worked for me.

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