How to cure toothache effectively?
The professional dentist can handle the stains in the tooth caused by the use of certain antibiotics only. Coffee, tea and cola, which are the most consumed beverages, cause most of the staining.
Caffeine consumers can offset some of the discoloration by swishing water after each cup or glass. The stains can be prevented from forming by brushing after each meal or snack. But since most people don't do that, most of the health care providers advise their patients to take a cup of water and swish it around after they drink coffee or another staining beverage. Besides diminishing the initial film stain of coffee, it also helps keep their breath relatively fresh. Eat a lot of crunchy foods.
Consuming apples, celery and other crunchy foods that rub against the teeth helps dislodge debris that can cause staining. There is more of a staining problem in patients who eat a lot of sticky foods. Don't brush too hard. Logic might suggest that the harder you brush, the cleaner you'll get your teeth. But reality says otherwise. Brushing too vigorously can actually strip some of the enamel off teeth, exposing the darker inner layer called the dentin.
Brush your teeth firmly but not vigorously and use only soft-bristle brushes, not those with medium or hard bristles. If you can't remove the stain with regular brushing and toothpaste, then you won't remove it by brushing harder. To ease pain from a toothache place either ground clove or pure food grade clove oil on the affected tooth. This has worked better than Vic Odin to relieve pain from a toothache. To get rid of a toothache almost instantly, mix two tablespoons of baking soda in a glass of water.
Leave in your mouth for a couple seconds then spit out. Do this until all the mixture is gone. Hot rice and hot bean socks also being used to treat toothache. Fill sock with white rice or raw beans. Warm in microwave to 2 minutes. Then let cool for about 20 seconds. Then place on cheek. Toothache needs an emergency treatment. A sharp, throbbing pain is usually irreversible, and the above remedies only relieves the pain, not cure it.
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