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Hans

Baking Soda is VERY effective in pain relief. Get a cup of mildly warm water (extreme cold/hot can further irritate the nerve) and scoup several teaspoons of Baking Soda.

Use this as a dental rinse for approx 5 minutes.

It will provide astonishing relief when everything else has failed.

Pure clove oil is another good remedy.

Roberto

baking soda and water..its the only thing that works..forget cloves..forget anbesol..forget tylenol and advil..(of course its best to go see your dentist)

Anonymous

This is not a cure but to help those of you that are going through severe tooth pain and can't make it to a dentist-go to the nearest store and buy Tylenol 8 hour gel tabs. They are super strong and will ease ur pain.

Wyomiee

Oral Pain Reliever
1 table spoon of salt, 1 table spoon baking soda, 2/3 cups of water. Mix in a coffee cup and warm it in the microwave for 45 sec. rinse mouth till formula is gone. and pain is gone,
well it worked for me. thought I'd share.

Painless

O.T.C. medicine called 'Red Cross'.The only over the counter medicine that has worked for me.It's a 3 part kit for about $4.00 consisting of a small vile with a liquid,a pack of miniture cotton balls,and a pair of off-set tweezers.THIS STUFF WORKS!!! My dentist refers to it as a root canal in a bottle.Instant relief.I hope this advice helps many as it helped me.

Anonymous

After a few years of not seeing a dentist due to a bad experience with one, I had some major need for a couple of root canals. After my first visit I was in some major pain. I took 800mg of Ibuprofen, used the hot rice in sock and swished with Listerene. After a little while, it truely helped. I was able to fall asleep. I will definately continue back to dentist, I don't ever want to feel this pain again.

Michael in China

Propolis is made from bee's wax, and is quite an interesting substance.

It's 90% alcohol, but it's abilities as a pain reliever are amazing.

I had a toothache that was getting worse and worse, and I could not sleep. My Chinese wife placed some propolis on a cotton swab and told me to apply it to the tooth.

I did, and the pain was gone within about 5 minutes, and the relief let me sleep all night long.

That tooth has worsened now, and my propolis supply needs to be replenished, but if you can get your hands on some propolis, it's probably a good thing to keep 'on hand'.

Michael sends from China

P.S. I will try some of the other remedies on this site. Thanks to everyone for their information, methods, and of course, comments!!

Susan

The very best thing that worked for me for my toothache, and believe me, it was the worst toothache I had ever had. Was Sensodine toothpaste, I thought it was a fluke, but my brother in law told me it worked for him. Nothing would even touch the pain, so I thought I had nothing to loose.

The peroxide worked for about 15 minutes, I also tried anbesol (a whole bottle in one evening)tried pure peppermint extract (worked for about an hour) I tried all 3 combined. Nothing would give me any kind of lasting relief.

I cannot take regular pain killers because of a medicine sensitivity. I have neglected my teeth for years because of a fear of the dentist.
Not only did one of my teeth hurt, but 4 of them at one time. I have never experienced such pain, I couldn't even tell you my own name.

The Sensodine toothpaste, took the pain almost all away the first time I used it, and I continued to use as directed, it has been one week and I am pain free.

I hope this will help someone else, because it surely was a blessing to me.

b0b0

This sounds crazy but nothing else was working for me anymore - peanut butter! I think it must have something to do with the oils in it. I put a dab on the gum by the tooth and almost right away the pressure and pain stopped.

Craig

I have been taking ibuprofen for tootheache pain. At first a double dose was necessary, but once the pain subsided, a single dose every three or four hours was sufficient. I also tried the peroxide rinse one night when out of ibuprofen followed by a warm saltwater rinse then put ice in a dishtowel and held it to my palm and cheek simultaneously. Obviously I was desparate and in much pain. My pain did go away in a few minutes after the rinse but started to return so I resorted to the ice. Between the two remedies something worked because my intense pain as gone.

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