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Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Treatment for Toothache

Treatment for Toothache


Toothache or sore tooth is caused when the nerve root of a tooth is irritated. Dental (tooth) infection, decay, injury, or loss of a tooth is the most common causes of dental pain. Pain may also occur after an extraction (tooth is pulled out). Pain sometimes originates from other areas and radiates to the jaw, thus appearing to be tooth pain. The most common areas include the jaw joint (temporomandibular joint or TMJ), ear pain, and even occasional heart problems.

Toothache or sore tooth is caused when the nerve root of a tooth is irritated. Dental (tooth) infection, decay, injury, or loss of a tooth is the most common causes of dental pain. Pain may also occur after an extraction (tooth is pulled out). Pain sometimes originates from other areas and radiates to the jaw, thus appearing to be sore tooth. The most common areas include the jaw joint (temporomandibular joint or TMJ), ear pain, and even occasional heart problems.

A toothache is usually the result of a cavity formed by the bacteria that cause tooth decay (known medically as dental caries). Cleaning out and filling the cavity brings a quick end to the pain. Toothache is pain in the area of your jaw and face. Toothache and jaw pain are common complaints. There may be severe pain to pressure, or to hot or cold stimuli. The pain may persist for longer than 15 seconds after the stimulus is removed. As the area of inflammation increases, the pain becomes more severe. The most common cause of toothache, or pain in the region of the jaws and face, is pulpitis - inflammation of the pulp of the tooth. The short, sharp pains usually occur in response to hot, cold or sweet stimuli.

Treatment for Toothache
Tooth decay is the primary cause of toothaches for most children and adults. Bacteria that live in your mouth thrive on the sugars and starches in the food you eat. Apply an OTC antiseptic containing benzocaine directly to the sore tooth and gum to temporarily relieve pain. Dentists and oral surgeons may plan additional procedures at the most appropriate time.

A hot saltwater gargle for sore tooth (a teaspoon of salt to a cup of water) used to thoroughly rinse the painful area may help if the problem is caused by a tooth erupting.

For toothache that is caused by a loose or broken filling, the filling is taken out, any new decay is cleaned out, and a new filling is put in.

Onion can fight against the germs that accumulate on the teeth and hence prevent future problems with the teeth. People chomping on one raw onion a day are protected from toothache, apart from various other health benefits.

Using clove oil (Syzygium aromaticum) to numb the gums; the oil may be rubbed directly on the sore area or used to soak a small piece of cotton and applied to the sore tooth.

Recipe for Salt Water Gargle Sore Tooth....

2 comments:

Anthony said...

When I still didn't know some home remedies regarding toothach, I really dread the head-splitting pain, especially whenever it wakes me up in the middle of the night. My dentist in Hixson was able to identity and eliminate the root cause, thankfully.

Now whenever one of us has toothache, I'll reach for a garlic clove and have it place on the affected tooth. Home remedies for us really help before going to our Hixson dentist.

amit said...

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