Tooth pain is never fun, and often strikes just as we’re counting sheep. It can be a sharp, sensitive pain or dull and throbbing. Teeth grinding, tooth decay, and abscessed teeth are common causes.
If you can’t get to the dentist right away, these tips can help you get some rest. Elevating your head reduces pressure. You can rinse your mouth with salt water and peroxide after meals to remove bacteria, and before bed rinsing with whisky can soothe the pain. Baking soda and salt helps alleviate the pain from an abscessed tooth, and clove oil also helps toothache. Flossing will remove stuck food particles that can cause painful pressure.
Finally, a painkiller can also be effective, but the pain is likely to get worse the longer it goes untreated!
Read the full article here: How to Deal with Toothache at Night
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