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Jpaper

Garlic supplements wow! I was having problems with a tooth that has a very old filling in it and it started throbbing I couldn't chew on that side of my mouth and was just in pain most of the time. I needed the pain to go away as soon as possible and came across a few things different ideas that i started using. First thing I did was to start taking 500 mg of garlic every 2 hours. This should kill the infections like taking antibiotics only its way cheaper and natural. To help with the immediate pain I did two things. I put a teabag (preferably an echinacea or green tea) into my mouth right where I was halving the issue and letting it set for 15 to 20 min. After that I would mix one part apple cider vinegar with two parts water and swish it around mostly in the area that was in pain. you can do it every hour if you need I only needed to do that for the first day and a half and then things just started getting better thanks to the garlic. Just make sure the garlic doesn't have a lot of extra things in it the one I use has: soy bean oil,gelatin, glycerin, and silica. Make sure you read the labels of your supplements.

Anonymous

Our bodies go through a mineralization process throughout the day, but mostly when we are inactive (sleep). In order to assist the mouth with protecting our teeth, we have to give it no obstacles. Regular tooth paste is made with glycerin that coats our teeth and prevents the mineralization process. The only reason that all people who use toothpaste are not looking all their teeth fall out from rot is because toothpaste is loaded with a host of different chemicals that force the process of mineralization, like fluoride. If one wishes to avoid fluoride, the best solution is to use a glycerin-free toothpaste or to make a toothpaste. Make sure your body can adsorb calcium, which means keeping the digestive tract clean and healthy.
Abscesses are infections. The best way to deal with an infection to antibiotics. If you are like me and a little untrusting of commercial antibiotics, you can look to nature as there are many plant sources that have antibiotic, antibacterial, and antifungal qualities. Namely: garlic, oregano, yarrow. Eat them raw! Cooking changes the chemical composition of all things.
Most important is to stop eating processed and convenient foods during the repairing process. These foods damage not only teeth, but the digestive tract. As the immune system stems from the digestive tract, damaging it means being sicker and less capable of absorption of necessary vitamins and minerals.
I hope this helps. I have frequent abscesses and infections due to a compromised immune system and have been very successful at keeping my teeth in working order.

lewis

Ok, i have been in bloody pain all day and i tried bread, im in worse pain, ive taked 2 advil extra strenth and its not working, i dont have any garlic, ive brushed my teeth a million tims. i just tried salt water and swished it for about 5 minutes and i can feel some reliefe, unless thats the advil kicking in lol.. but i have read some of these things on here and the person who said battery acid from you car, you are on crack. i have amoxicillin and im not sure if expires, i took one till i can see the doctor tomorrow, my dentist cost $80 for two minutes, so the clinic if free.

Joelle

So a few years back, I had my wisdom teeth removed and when the surgeon did it, he cracked my molars in front of them. Since then, I have had dental ins on and off. For the past two years I haven't and one of my molars (or about 80% of it) has fallen out. And now my other one has lost about 20% of it- needless to say, awful pain. I'm poor though and don't know what to do. But I tried a tea bag, warm and wet and didn't help immediately. But I took it out, kneeled on my bed and put my head between my legs and started to take long 5 second breaths in and out and I feel better for the moment. I also popped 3-500mg tylonels haha. If I feel a little pain soon, I find a few shots of vodka to numb anything :)

Anonymous

This remedy really works if you take a paper towel and soak it in viniger and rap your finger in itit really works if its not a finger just hold it on the affected area

Littlegav

Garlic cloves and milk. Bite down and hold a garlic clove. A true clove as long as u can. Follow it with a big drink of milk and sleep good for at least a night. Garlic works great on its own. Butnmilknhelps to seal it in

Lolo

I have had almost constant teeth pain for about 3 years now after spending a week sick with a stomach bug that didn't allow any food to stay down. The bile literally ate away the outer layer on some of my teeth. Some have been removed or as the dentist called it extracted.

Remedies for sore teeth are very hit and miss. The only true fix is going to the dentist. But one really wants to do their homework when picking a dentist. Just because they are expensive doesn't mean they are good. The reverse is the same with the creaper ones.

Abcessed teeth are just about the worst pain ever. Some rememdies that worked for me are antibiotics: they will get rid of the infection, salt water gargles: salt with iodine usually does better than plain salt, make sure the salt is disolved, use water as hot as you can handle. Gargles take a few times to help.

Things to remember, if it hurts so much that you can't stop crying go to the ER.

Feeling bad for boyfriend.

I have to say there are a lot of idea's here. My boyfriend has an abcessed in his gums. I plan on trying a few of these on him to see if it helps. And for the people who say go to the ER or dentist that's easier said than done. 1. What if you have no dental ins? And 2. What of you don't have a job? You can't afford a 1,000 trip to see someone. Healthcare unfortunately is only for the rich. So thank you to the other posters I'm really hoping one of these works.

Angie

I have had a molar that is broke and infected plus a cavity fight next to it in my other tooth and I have to have oral surgery soon, I will see a oral surgeon on Monday. I have had this for 3 months and taken every pain killer invented and been on 4 different antibiotics. Went to the hospital tonight and got a shot (did no good) and about 15 painkillers, nothing. So started looking online and found this and the only thing I have at home is garlic salt so put that in a glass of warm water (and yes tried cold, temp relief but so much pain after) and been gargling on that for a couple of hours and so far it has made it a little better (going to buy clove oil tomorrow) but still pain no matter what I do. So hopefully I can make it till Monday and see the Oral Dentist and schedule the surgery, which I have to have because of the nerves which are causing pain in my entire jaw all the way up to my ear. So so far I haven't found any real pain remedies just temp fixes and so thank you for all the advice on here and I wish everyone good luck cause tooth pain sucks so much, I thought about ripping it out but with the nerves bad I was to afraid so good night and maybe I will get some sleep haven't slept in so long fill like I am dying. To again thanks for all the h

Becca

Like everyone here, Iv'e been dying due 2 a sevre toothache. And i gotta say this site helped alot. I tried just about everything except the peanut butter lol which kinda made me scared to put something sweet w/ sugar on it... But I did find relief so i wanted 2 list the remedy i tried that did wonders. 1st i tried colgate toothpaste, the kind thats made 2 prevent cavities. Directly apply 2 infected tooth and let sit. That numbed mine for a few days, then started not to do anymore good today. So i took straight peroxide and swished around tooth & held there for a min or so then, rinsed with cool water. I would do that 3 or 4 times. It does great to kill all germs and help pull infection out of tooth. then grab a cottonball or whatever and rub vanilla extract on it and around.. Then finally grab a tea bag any kind u have handy and place in mouth next 2 tooth & gums.Hopefully this will help as much as it did mine. Good Luck

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