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Are there any home remedys for tooth, gum pain?

Are there any home remedys for tooth, gum pain?

Clove oil: Clove oil can be an effective oral anesthetic. In studies, it has performed just as well as topical Benzocaine (anbesol and oragel). It's safe when used correctly in small amounts, but can cause liver and respiratory problems when ingested in large quantities. It's found in health food stores. To use it, apply a very small amount to a cotton swab and apply gently to the affected area. ...Read more

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Gum Pain (Definition)

Is a localized physical suffering associated with gingivitis and/or periodontitis. It is a oral soft tissue sensation induced by a noxious stimulus, received by naked nerve endings, characterized by physical discomfort as pricking, throbbing, or aching. ...Read more


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Can you tell me about a sudden (like overnight) onset of tooth/gum pain?

Can you tell me about a sudden (like overnight) onset of tooth/gum pain?

See a dentist: There are a number of different causes of tooth/gum pain and there are many ways to help improve and eliminate the pain. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays and treatment. ...Read more

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Please help! i'm having tooth/gum pain from not flossing?

Please help! i'm having tooth/gum pain from not flossing?

Open contact: An open interproximal contact will cause an acute stage of gingivitis that will cause pain and localized bleeding in the area due to food impaction. Good contact between teeth will prevent or alleviate food impaction and ultimately gum pain. If you have to floss due to food stuck after every time you eat, you definitely have open interproximal contact that needed to be close. Call your dentist. ...Read more

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Please help me with wisdom tooth gum pain?

Please help me with wisdom tooth gum pain?

Rinse debris: It sounds like pericornitis which is the inflamation of the tissue overlying an erupting tooth.. If food collects under this flap, infection and pain can occur. Rinse thourughly with a diluted solution of peroxide and mouthwash, otc nsaids and clean under the flap arefully. Maintain it clean. If the pain does not go away, see you dentist. ...Read more

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What is a method at home i can do for tooth and gum pain?

Good oral hygiene: The best home remedy for tooth and gum pain is good oral home care. Whenever there is pain, there is inflammation of which fluid is collected and cannot drain, ultimately pressing on the nerve. Brushing, will help drain the fluid. Brushing will stop the bleeding of the gum as well. Salt water rinse will help. Gum massage will also help. ...Read more

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I have had tooth and gum pain for two days now. Any remedies that work ? I can't afford a dentist right now. What remedies do you suggest?

I have had tooth and gum pain for two days now. Any remedies that work ? I can't afford a dentist right now. What remedies do you suggest?

No remedies: Unfortunately, there are no diy dental remedies... You'll need to see a dentist. Carecredit, a credit card, a lower cost clinic, or a dental school may be good options for you. Letting it go only makes the treatment more complex, and thus more expensive. ...Read more

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Can I have surgery if I have a tooth ache/ gum pain?

Can I have surgery if I have a tooth  ache/ gum pain?

What surgery?: Do you mean is there some type of surgery for tooth ache/gum pain or do you mean can you have any type of surgery if you are concurrently having tooth ache / gum pain? Please rephrase ...Read more

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My daughter (13 years old) is having tooth pain, gum pain, headache, and fever. Her 13 year molar bottom left has broken through and almost the whole?

She needs: She needs a Dentist, not a computer screen. Erupting 12 year molar may be normal but painful (teething hurts), or may be abnormal (tooth or gum infection indicated by presence of fever). Please get her help ASAP, schedule appt w Dentist. In the meantime, 200mg Ibuprofen 4x/day for pain & fever. But please, call your Dentist now. ...Read more

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