How to Stop Toothache Problems

If you want to know how to stop toothache problems, you need to know to go and see a dentist. Cavities are caused by bacteria, decay, and other dental problems that can irritate the nerve endings on your teeth. The tips and tricks outlined here are temporary solutions that will give you temporary relief.


If you want to know how to stop toothache problems you need to know what foods can help you. Foods like garlic and onions contain antibacterial properties that can help give you healthy teeth. You can chew on these items, or you can rub them on your teeth. If you do this too much, it might give you bad breath and a bad taste inn your mouth. So after you are done chewing your garlic clove, chew a peppermint leave. This can be good for a toothache, but it can also be good for your breath.


You should also try avoiding foods that are extremely hot or cold. When you have a toothache, your teeth will be more sensitive than normal. Eating hot and cold foods can trigger painful reactions. Instead, stick to mild, soft foods like bread.


Another solution that has been around for ages is using liquor. You can put a little bit of whiskey on the tip of your  finger and rub it on your teeth. If you can like, you can also take a shot of whiskey and swoosh it around like mouthwash. This will help to numb your gums and alleviate your pain.


The best way to get rid of toothaches, however, is to prevent them from happening. If one has already occurred, you have to go and see a dentist get it fixed. Dentists are of course the specialists in toothache problems.

Handling Severe Tooth Nerve Pain


Tooth nerve pain is nothing like an average toothache. Sometimes it feels like an electric shock is going off in your mouth, and that is exactly what it is. Your nerves are electrical impulses and if one is triggered, it really does feel as if you have been shocked. This kind of pain is the most extreme of all tooth pain, and because it can come on so suddenly and seemingly without warning, it can be excruciating.


Although it seems that tooth nerve pain comes out of nowhere, there is always a reason, and usually, it is because the area around the tooth nerves is swollen. The swollen tissue puts pressure on the nerve in the root of the tooth and sends out little shocks. So, the key to getting rid of this kind of pain is first to reduce the swelling.


Just like in other parts of your body, when you want to reduce swelling, you use ice. Ice applied outside the mouth, a covered ice bag (so that it isn’t too cold in your mouth) is the best way to start feeling relief. It might not be immediate, but if you keep the ice pack on for 20 minutes each hour, the swelling should start to go, and the tooth nerve pain should go away.


When you have “dry socket”, or extreme pain in the whole where a tooth was extracted, your dentist will apply a concoction made of cloves to remove the pain and start the healing. You can try the same thing at home by using cloves that you find in your kitchen. Grind them up and create a paste, applying that to the tooth with a swab or piece of cotton. The pain will begin to subside and the antibacterial effects of the cloves will help the area to heal.