Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Home Remedies for Toothache

Sharp pain, throbbing pain, shooting pain or constant pain comes first, followed by toothache. So, taking care of teeth is very much necessary.

  • Follow proper oral hygiene.

  • Gently rub an ice cube in the area.

  • Place a clove of garlic with a little rock salt on the affected tooth.

  • Place a piece of onion on the tooth or gum.

  • Put a few drops of clove oil on the trouble giving tooth.

  • Mix a pinch of pepper powder with common salt and place the mixture on the affected portion of the tooth.

  • Thoroughly rinse the mouth (mouth washing) with salt water (saline).

1 comment:

Angie said...

thanks for the home remedies for toothache, its really helpful. When I do have tooth ache, I treat it with ginger, but with the tips that you shared, I gain more information with it. Thanks again

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