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What Natural Remedies Can Help Relieve a Toothache?

Posted on 2/2/2024 by Jason Widner DMD Family Dentistry
Older man with glasses holding tooth in pain after making an appointment at Jason Widner DMD Family Dentistry in Sammamish, WANumerous natural remedies for calming down toothaches exist. Although they will not completely end the discomfort, they bring some relief, giving you more time to engage with our dentist before things escalate. Some of these natural remedies include:

Are you acquainted with cloves? These aromatic buds, often used to enhance the flavor of an apple pie, harbor a concealed power - the ability to ease toothache. Gently apply clove oil to the affected area and witness the natural pain relief unfold. It is akin to a comforting embrace for your distressed tooth.

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A warm salt water rinse can perform wonders in pacifying toothache discomfort. You just have to mix hot water with a teaspoon of salt and give it a gentle stir. Then, swish the mixture around your mouth and wait for the relief to come.

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Many people enjoy peppermint tea in the evenings, but they are often unaware of its potential benefits for dental conditions. It can effectively alleviate toothache troubles. Simply let it cool and swish it gently around your mouth.

Garlic should be your potent ally in the fight against toothache. Crush a garlic clove, mix it with a pinch of salt, and apply this natural paste to the troublesome tooth. What is found in most kitchens can provide this relief.

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Nature has a way of maintaining coolness, and an ice pack can be a trusted ally. Wrap some ice in a cloth and gently place it against the cheek near the painful tooth. Allow this cooling balm to work wonders in numbing the ache away.

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While these natural remedies extend comforting relief, it is imperative to heed the messages your teeth are sending. If the discomfort persists, our dentist offers notable dental support and assistance. Understand that these natural remedies are wonderful companions, but sometimes, your tooth may require professional attention.

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