Best Natural Home Remedies for Toothache

Experiencing a toothache is one of the most common dental nightmares and can be quite painful and weakening. It can happen anytime, and usually, without any warning.


Aside from toothaches, you may also experience swelling and redness around the affected area if there is an infection in the tooth or gum. The sharp, throbbing pain is enough to drive a person crazy. The severity of the pain can range from mild to agonizing. Regardless of your gender or age, a toothache can send you hurrying to the dentist.


1. Salt water rinse


The effective go-to of people experiencing toothache is salt water rinse. It is a natural disinfectant, and it can also help remove food particles and debris stuck in between your teeth. With salt water, inflammation can be reduced and any oral wounds can be healed. To make this solution, just mix 1/2 teaspoon (tsp) of salt into a glass of warm water and then use it to gargle.


2. Hydrogen peroxide rinse


A hydrogen peroxide rinse can not only relieve pain and inflammation, it can also reduce plaque and heal bleeding gums.


Before anything else, you should dilute the hydrogen peroxide properly. To make this solution, mix 3 percent hydrogen peroxide with equal parts water and use it to gargle.


3. Peppermint Tea Bags


Peppermint tea bags are good for numbing pain and soothing sensitive gums. Make sure to cool down a used tea bag before you apply it to the affected area. Keep in mind that it should

still be slightly warm.


You can also do it in reverse. Use this natural remedy to cool, rather than warm, the area. To do this, chill a used tea bag in the freezer for a couple of minutes and then apply it to your tooth.


4. Vanilla extract


Just like peppermint tea bags, vanilla extract can also help to numb the pain. Why? Because it contains alcohol. In addition, its antioxidant properties make it an effective healer.


You will just have to dab a small amount of vanilla extract onto your finger or a cotton ball, and then directly apply it to the affected area. Do this a few times per day for quick recovery.


5. Cold compress


Cold compress is a universal reliever of pain. When you are experiencing a toothache, just applying a cold compress in the area can make the blood vessels constrict. This technique can not only lessen the pain, but swelling and inflammation will be reduced as well. You can easily do this by holding a towel-wrapped bag of ice to the affected area for 20 minutes at a time.


It’s important to figure out what’s the root of your discomfort, no matter how painful your toothache is. When you already have it figured out, you can easily determine how to relieve any pain, swelling, or other symptoms the best way.


If your symptoms persist for more than a day or two, it’s time to see your dentist for they can give you the right assistance.


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