Ever get that searing pain in your mouth? An ache so bad that you just wish that you didn’t have any teeth? Practically, there is only one true remedy for this problem but, that solution might not always be instantly available unless you have some amazing skills of premonition and can predict when you have oral problems. So while you wait for your appointment, there have been some home remedies that have been used by housewives for generations the world over and today we have compiled a list of some of the remedies people swear by the world over.
Salt and pepper
A dentist will prescribe you with proper medicine and provide the best dental care you could find for any oral problems, but getting to the chair might take a while and sometimes the pain might need some soothing so that you can make it to the appointment. Salt and pepper have been used for various homeopathic remedies and this has been proven to be quite effective. Mix equal parts of salt and pepper with a little bit of water and make a paste and apply to the affected areas. The paste should help subside the pain until you can get the tooth looked at.
This has been a favourite of home remedies in Asia for centuries and its popularity can only be a testament to its effectiveness. So the next time you have a tooth ache and can’t immediately see a dentist, grind 2 cloves and mix the powder with some olive or vegetable oil and apply to the affected area. The pain will subside but it should be reminded while it will alleviate the pain, it will not sure the problem. So to ensure your oral health you should make a dental appointment as soon as possible.
This might give you memories of bad breath and keeping away vampires but garlic can help with tooth aches as well. While it might prove to be the less pleasant smelling option, it has been proven to be an effective option. Once you get over the smell, this method is one that is not only effective but easily accessible for a quick pain relief. Just mix some garlic powder or crushed garlic with some salt and rub it to the tooth. Repeat this process a few times a day until the pain is gone. Tooth aches are a part of our lives and cannot be avoided. The only true remedy would be to seek professional help but getting an instant appointment is very unlikely, so while you wait, using one of these tricks to help with the pain is a safe way to kill the pain until it can be properly cured.