What is the best pain relief for teeth needing root canal work.?

Treatment. Whether your tooth needs operative work, a root canal, periodontal therapy. or extraction, the first step is getting a proper diagnosis and then development of an appropriate dental treatment plan. If yoiu wait too long, the root canal option goes away and extraction becomes the only realistic treatment so please don't delay...
Medicines, cloves .. Paracetamol and ibuprofen can help, oil of cloves can help (you should be able to get that from a pharmacy). If the pain is really bad a doctor may be able to put an injection into the inside of your cheek to numb the pain for ~ 16 hours to break the pain cycle.
Any would do. Always to start with simple pain killers like paracetamol, and or ibuprofen and might add to it a weak opioid like codeine or tramadol. Combination of the above should be enough to relieve the pain.
Pain relief. start with NSAIDS like Brufen. If not better with that then see your doctor for escalating it to other stronger pain relief like codeine or tramadol.
Root canal. The best pain relief would be to have the root canal done. For some short term pain relief until you can see a dentist OTC pain relievers such as ibuprofen can help. .
Pain medication. Have the tooth treated asap by a qualified dentist. Most OTC pain medications (Aleve, Motrin, Advil, (ibuprofen) etc) will be sufficient for pain relief. If you need something stronger you will have to discuss this with your own dentist.
Root Canals. The best pain relief is actually the root canal therapy itself. Pain meds can only do so much, and before long will not work at all. OTC pain meds will help in the short run.
Combination. Cox 2 inhibitor (ketaprofen 75 mg) with extra strength tylenol, 1000mg every 6 hours.
Anaesthesia. Anaesthesia.
Pain relief. Pain relief is usually managed in step ladder pattern , starting with mildest painkiller like paracetamol, gradually go up the ladder to antinflammatories, codeine , tramadol and morphine based medications . Stronger the painkiller , more likelihood of side affects . Doctor will take into account medical problems ,allergies, severity of pain and regular medication intake by person for prescribing.
Root canal. therapy or extraction. NSAIDS and antibiotics for short term control.
See Dentist. You can take OTC painkillers for the pain. The best pain relief would be to take out the nerve on the tooth needing the root canal. See your dentist for treatment.
Ibuprofen/Tylenol. I'm seeing relief of moderate to severe pain relief using the combination of ibuprofen and extra strength tylenol. It could take the place of narcotics. Please check with your physician or dentist before dosing yourself.
Dentistry. You can by over the counter topical agents, over the counter and prescription oral medications, and salt water swishes may help. Antibiotics may be indicated. In reality only a dentist can fix this problem. Even if it goes away it will come back with a vengeance. Get it sorted.
Root canal. This is like having a splinter in your finger, and asking how to make the pain stop... actually remove the source. Up until the appointment take anti-inflammatories.
Speak with DDS. Usually an anti-inflammatory is the best, speak with your dentist about your specific concerns.
Root canal. The vital pupal tissues in your teeth are infected. Root canal treatment required to remove infected tissue, the cause of your pain. There's no quick easy pill or poultice. See an Endodontist ASAP.