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What stop a toothache?

What stop a toothache?

Get it fixed.: The only definitive treatment is to get the problem fixed. There are things that can be done prior to help with symptoms, including topic medications, pain medications, and possibly antibiotics. The key is to get into a dentist asap to get the problem addressed. ...Read more

Dr. Theodore Davantzis
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Tooth Pain (Definition)

Just what it says. Pain may be localized or diffuse, sharp or dull, aching or throbbing. May be from a host of different causes, the most common being infection. It requires immediate treatment, pain indicates the cause has significantly progressed. Please ...Read more


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What causes toothache?

What causes toothache?

Deep Cavity: Sugars found in diet are metabolized by bacteria that adhere on tooth surface forming acid and breakdown tooth structure eventually causing the tissue (pulp) to become inflamed or infected causing tooth pain. ...Read more

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Toothache I am in pain?

Toothache I am in pain?

Simple solution: The tooth pain won't go away without treatment and the infection may spread to your jaw, cheeks, sinus and to other areas of your head and neck. You can use Tylenol (acetaminophen) or NSAID for pain control. See a dentist ASAP for assessment and treatment. Do not delay. ...Read more

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What causes toothaches?

Mulitple things: Decay, trauma, infection, are the most common. Sometimes recession and exposure of the root surface of the tooth will cause some pain as well. It depends on the symptoms which one is likely the cause. ...Read more

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How do I stop a toothache?

Toothache: You treat the cause of the toothache. Most common cause is infection, which means seeing a Dentist for removal of the infected tooth material (root canal or extraction). May have other causes, but only your Dentist can properly diagnose the problem and then treat it or refer you for treatment to appropriate specialist. ...Read more

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Can a toothache cause death?

Toothache? No: No one dies from a toothache. It can be excruciating painful in some cases but will not cause death. If you meant to ask can a problem with a tooth cause death, then the answer is: relatively rare but possible. If a tooth becomes infected from any number of reasons, the infection can spread to other parts of the body and cause serious complications, including in rare instances death. ...Read more

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How to help with toothaches?

How to help with toothaches?

Find a dentist: A dentist is a professional who is trained to eliminate a toothache. In most cases, the cause of a toothache is a deep cavity that has caused an irreversible pulp condition (the pulp contains the nerve and blood supply of the tooth). The dentist eliminates the pain by removing the cavity and performing a root canal, which eliminates the source of the pain, the pulp. ...Read more

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What to do to stop toothache?

What to do to stop toothache?

Toothache: Toothaches are caused by problems either with the tooth or gum and need to be addressed with a dentist to see the cause. Till you can see one on monday would advise taking ibuphrophen if your able to. If it gets worse over weekend contact a dentists emergency number. ...Read more

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I have a toothache what to do?

Call a dentist...: ... for an appointment. In the meantime take a NSAID to ease the pain. ...Read more

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How can you relieve toothache?

See your dentist: You may get some relief from taking Ibuprofen or prescribed medication however you need to find out the source of the pain. It could be a cavity, an abcess, etc. See a dentist. ...Read more

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What's the best for toothache?

What's the best for toothache?

Dentist: The best thing you can do for a toothache is to see a dentist. Anything else is usually a waste of time. ...Read more

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What can cause severe toothache?

See dentist: Most commonly a cavity - tooth decay. Other causes, sinus infection, cracked tooth, grinding of teeth, trauma.
Take OTC meds and see dentist for diagnosis. ...Read more

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What can I take for a toothache?

Prescriptions: I would let your dentist know and typically pain meds and antibiotics are rxed. Over the counter advil or tylenol (acetaminophen) will also hold you over. There are no meds that will "cure" a typical toothache. For a long term solution, see your dentist. ...Read more

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What to do if I have toothaches?

Appointment..: With a dentist. If you have toothaches your teeth need to be evaluated. ...Read more

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What can I do about a toothache?

Plenty of options...: .. but you'll need to see a dentist. There are no home remedies or cures for rotten teeth. No magic pills or rinses or mouthwashes. Toothaches need to be treated locally by a dentist, someone who has years of experience treating these conditions. The sooner you call the sooner you will feel better. Please don't delay, the pain may soon be unbearable. ...Read more

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What is a way to cure toothache?

No, cure - treatment: You can't cure a toothache, you can only treat the source. Often, the source of pain is decay, which can infect the nerve in a tooth. The pain is from the dying nerve and the buildup of pressure in tooth or surrounding bone. Root canal therapy eliminates the pain by removing the infected nerve (and allowing you to keep your tooth). Don't delay - see your dentist. ...Read more

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What can cause random toothaches?

Possible teeth grind: It is possible that you are grinding your teeth. Your dentist should be able to diagnose if that is the case. Treatment is painless and relatively quick with a properly designed orthotic. ...Read more

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What do I do to cure my toothache?

What do I do to cure my toothache?

Fix the tooth: To do that you will need to call a dentist. There are no home remedies or cures for rotten teeth. No magic pills or rinses or mouthwashes. Toothaches need to be treated locally by a dentist, someone who has years of experience treating these conditions. The sooner you call the sooner you will feel better. Please don't delay, the pain may soon be unbearable. ...Read more

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What are some remedies to toothache?

Temporary medication: Nsaid's like advil, or aleve (naproxen) will help with symptoms temporarily, but you will need to see a dentist for treatment. Toothache pain is usually due to bacteria inside a tooth and only a dentist can help. ...Read more

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Would my toothache go away over time?

Toothache: The answer is possibly yes depending on the source of the toothache. The problem is that usually this means the nerve or the tooth has died or possible infection has penetrated through the bone and relieved the pressure that was causing pain. You need to get seen by a dentist ASAP to prevent future problems including severe pain and or infection that spreads and causes more serious problems ...Read more

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What is the best Toothache medicine?

Dentist: Find out what is causing your toothache by seeing a dentist. OTC medications will provide temporary relief. ...Read more

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How do you treat a toothache at home?

How do you treat a toothache at home?

Let us see: Ido advice to there medical care to there hands, but some time you to do something to help, tooth ache most likely from infection or mechanical problem (such loose cap) apply moist heat on the area, eat soft stuff, warm stuff and gargle with antiseptic tell you see the doctor. ...Read more

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How long does minor toothaches last?

Depends: Depends on your definition of minor, your tolerance for pain, and the ultimate cause of the dental pain. ...Read more

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What all can I do about my toothache?

Broad Question: The cause of or why your tooth hurts is very important in determining how to eliminate your toothache. I urge you to visit your dentist asap. As with many things, the longer the pain goes unattended, the more damage to the tooth/area and eventually your treatment options become more complicated. The presence of pain is your body's way of alerting you that something is needing attention. ...Read more

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What are possible causes of toothache?

Inflammation: Inflammation of the nerves in the tooth or surrounding tissues will cause a toothache. The inflammation can be caused by trauma, a cavity, a non-vital nerve, even a cracked filling or tooth. You'll need to be evaluated by a dentist to determine the cause. ...Read more

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Toothache & no insurance? Double pain.

Toothache & no insurance? Double pain.

Get insurance: Dental insurance can cost 10-20 dollars per month. You can buy it without buying medical health insurance. The saving are well worth it! Google "dental insurance.". ...Read more

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What's the most priscrive for toothache?

What's the most priscrive for toothache?

Most prescribed?: The most prescirbed for toothache? Overwhelming by dentists is: 'see your dentist for proper dental treatment'. For more information see dr. Malerman's answer. I couldn't have said it any better. Just confirming his advice.
Ps-whatever otc medication you take for a headache in the meantime. ...Read more

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Would a severe toothache be cured fast?

Would a severe toothache be cured fast?

Yes: Yes, take the infected nerve out and it will alleviate the pain. ...Read more

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What can I do to soothe this toothache?

See a dentist: Toothaches are caused by many things. A dentist can help you find the cause of yours and treat it. ...Read more

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Could you list some toothache remedies?

Phone call...: ... To a dentist. There are no diy treatments for dental toothaches. You can take otc pain meds until you can get an appointment. ...Read more

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What causes toothache when it gets cold?

Toothache to cold: There is nerve tissue within the tooth whose purpose is to detect stimuli and transmit it to the brain as a protective mechanism. In similar fashion if you hold your hand near fire, the brain says : "careful, danger"? The cause can be from merely extreme cold, to defective filling, to decay, to cervical erosion, a fractured tooth, to exposed nerve, etc. See a dentist to determine which one it is. ...Read more

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What is the best medicine for toothache?

What is the best medicine for toothache?

Seeing a dentist: There really is not a good permanent fix of a tooth ache than seeing your dentist who can properly diagnose and treat the "cause" of the toothache rather than treating the symptom of the tooth ache. Until you see your dentist, you can take 1g (1000mg) of tylenol (acetaminophen) and 600mg of Motrin (ibuprofen) in combination. ...Read more

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What're some good cures for a toothache?

What're some good cures for a toothache?

Phone Call...: ... to a dentist. The only person who can "cure" your toothache is a dentist. The sooner you call for an appointment, the sooner you will feel better. Make the call... ...Read more

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What can you do for a painful toothache?

What can you do for a painful toothache?

Options: Try otc pain medications like tylenol, (acetaminophen) motrin/aleeve/ibuprofen. Oragel also very effective for tooth ache. Best to do is to see a dentist to find out the cause of the tooth ache instead of just covering it up with pain medications. Salt warm water can also sooth the gum. ...Read more

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How can I make a toothache stop hurting?

Ibuprofen short term: Short term, you should take an over the counter anti inflammatory and analgesic such as advil (ibuprofen). You can also alternate Ibuprofen and tylenol (acetaminophen) about every 3 hours. You have to see a dentist to determine the cause of the toothache and treat the cavity or whatever is causing the tooth to ache. ...Read more

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What can I take for very bad toothaches?

NSAIDs: Nsaids such as advil (ibuprofen) or motrin, if you can take them, tend to work the best but go see a dentist asap. ...Read more

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Can pain medications relieve toothaches?

Yes: Yes paid medications can treat toothaches. I would also recommend visiting your dentist to find out why you are having the pain. Usually treating the underlying cause of the pain is a better idea than covering the pain with medications. ...Read more

Dr. Louis Gallia
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Toothache (Definition)

Dental pain is a symptom where one has pain in his teeth or gums, sometimes with sensitivity to cold or hot ...Read more