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901 Home Remedies for Abscessed Tooth


My friends, please just go the E.R. I tried the home remedies. The salt and baking soda one worked. The peroxide worked. The tea bags worked and also the honey and oil ones. It depends on the type of abscess you have in your mouth. My abscess got so bad that the home remedies were ineffective. The pain would stop for about an hour ,then flare back up again. I do not have insurance. I finally went to the E.R last night. They gave me a lot of information about low cast dentists in the are. Some are 5-10 dollars. They gave me a shot of antibiotics in the ass and some pain medication. I also have some prescriptions. Ibuprofen, hydrocodon and an antibotic, amoxycillian. I took them this morning and despite the swelling on the whole left side of my face, I feel a lot better. I do not have any more pain. After I finish my meds, I will definitely see a dentist and have the tooth extracted. I had a filling put in and it did not last 6 months. This tooth is coming out next week. It is not worth the pain.

toothache sucks

ok, i'm got a bad toothache which is 3rd tooth from the top left wisdom tooth which comes few days ago. it stopped for 1 month before it came back furiously with vengence.

i have since popped 10 paracetamol for 2 days. worked for the first day but the effect doesnt come for the second day.

i've read some remedy from fellow toothachers and they said whiskey is one of the choice to ease the pain.. some found it worked but some doesnt. well, i tried white wine just now and instead of getting better, it just throbbed like nobody's business! I believe it's because alcohol dilates your vessels, that's why it will make your pain even worse! since your vessels will touch your nerve and making you remember the pain.

i am still currently throbbing with sharp needle prick pain, and i'm tearing(Doubt i'll be able to sleep today :'( ). I do not have any Ibuprofen or tramadol or strong medication currently at home.. so i'm kinda like dead and stuck with the pain until my dental appointment in 1 month's time. fml! :(


I must say this site has helped sooo much in my hour of need. I have an abcessed Tooth which appeared on a Friday afternoon. I started with what I already knew (rinseing mouth with salt water) and taking Ibruprofen.By Friday evening pain was unbearable, how was I going to cope until Monday when I can see dentist!! After lookin at this site, I tried a peppermint teabag, only helped when it was in my mouth, pain came back when I took it out!! Tried glove of garlic , OMG!! burnt my face off!! Still in pain!! Rinsed mouth with dark rum, helped a little enough to get to sleep. Woke up Saturday Mornin an OMG!!looked like I was holding a tennis ball in one side of my mouth. So covered my difformed face with scarf and went to find CLOVE OIL...GENIUS.. It actually works!! Sitting here typing pain free 4 now. Hoping this will carry me thru until Monday Mornin. Thankyou to all of u with your different suggestions, one of them had to work! :) An thanks 2 Holland & Barratt in North London, England. Bottle of Clove oil £2.99 2 b pain free!!


Antiseptic mouthwash sitting on the infected tooth is instant relief but only lasts about ten minutes or so.


I'm currently trying a slice of garlic for long term relief from my abcess,it seems to be working. For short term relief a squirt of Ultra chloraseptic anaesthetic throat spray works great.


Use 'BC Powder' pain reliever. Since it is a powder, it enters the blood stream really fast and kills the pain quickly.
Advil was OK, Aleve did Nothing but BG powder knocked it out.


Woke up with the sinus infection symptoms...sore throat...swollen glands...ear ache...head ache. Went to dentist and its a wisdom tooth. At the age of 41...this bites. Antibotics were perscribed...along with vicidan. After two doses of antibiotics as well as pain meds. The throbbing began. Shooting pain was making me see stars. Felt really sick to my stomach. Tried ice....couldn't take the cold after 30 minutes. Tried warm water and salt rinse. Helped for a couple of minutes. After reading this site. I did not have most of the ingredients hanging around my house....but however I do have night works. I took three cotton balls and soaked them and shoved them suckers on top of the tooth and both sides of the tooth and gums. Burned alittle...for like 5 minutes. Kept it on there for atleast 20 minutes. Throbbing gone. I also took three cotton balls and drenched them in warm water...and dabbed the cotton balls in straight salt. Put them directly on tooth and left there for about 30 minutes. After taking them out I could see the yellow pus on the cotton balls. I think this helped some as well.....good luck cuz this sucks. Why does my dentist have to be on vacation???? Hope florida is nice.


Only thing that worked for me, that I had available, was Advil liquid gell tablets. I poked a hole on the end with a needle and squeezed it on and around the area. Let it soak on there for bout 7 min then rinsed.... Pain like this is a bitch! Hope it helps :)


After thrashin about in bed for over 2hours, I finally got on ds site and tried a million things.swishin with warm salted water and holdin the garlic to the affected part did relieve a bit (like 50%), it also occured to me to chew the garlic on that creviced tooth; instant relief!!! Mind u, it will burn the result is worth it!! I won't need to take that piriton to sleep afterall.. :)


For an abscessed tooth I used Hydrogen peroxide I warmed it to lukewarm temp. using a shot glass or small cup mix with a small amount of water. Put in mouth as you would a mouth wash swish a bit then tip head in a way that the peroxide will be pooling in the area of tooth. Hold it here as long as possible spit, repeat a couple more times. Do this 3-4 times a day until symptoms leave and repeat again if it returns. I use same method for canker sores. (note: I have noticed my gums might turn white from using the peroxide but will go away)

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