Folk remedies for toothache
Folk remedies for toothache clove oil balinesia.
You can buy clove oil at a pharmacy. Carefully follow the instructions for use (since if you swallow too much of it, you may get poisoned), and do not forget that you need to apply it directly to the tooth, and not to the gum. Otherwise, you will receive a burn on the gums. And remember that clove oil will not cure your toothache, it will just temporarily freeze the nerve.
Cooling of edema.
If you have a tumor, put a cold compress on the outside of your cheek.
Cold against the pain.
Keep an ice cube or cold water in your mouth. This will help ease the pain. But if you find that this simply worsens the condition of your sensitive tooth, skip this procedure.
Keep your head up.
When the head is raised, the pressure in the area of the affected tooth will decrease, which helps to reduce the throbbing pain.
You certainly won’t wash away the toothache (although it’s a nice thought), but you can wash off with warm water the remnants of food that may be causing your pain. Add one teaspoon of salt to a glass of warm water, rinse your mouth well, then spit it out.
Of course, a toothpick is not a panacea, you can use a floss for your teeth, this is another way to remove food debris that may be trapped.
Be careful with hot, cold, and sweet food. These foods and beverages can aggravate already inflamed and sensitive gums and teeth.
And most importantly, do not forget to visit the dentist.