How to get rid of a toothache easily?

Brush at least twice a day after breakfast and before bedtime. Brushing can also being done intermittently after lunch or after sweet snacks also. Brushing properly breaks down plaque. Brush all of your teeth, not just the front ones.

Spend some time on the teeth along the sides and in the back. Brush away from your gums. Take your time while brushing. Spend at least 3 minutes each time you brush. If you have trouble keeping track of the time, use a timer or play a recording of a song you like to help pass the time. Be sure your toothbrush has soft bristles (the package will tell you if they're soft).

A new toothbrush should be used for every 3 months. Some toothbrushes come with bristles that change color when it's time to change them. Learn how to floss your teeth, which is a very important way to keep them healthy. Slip the dental floss between each tooth and up along the gum line. The floss gets rid of food that's hidden where your toothbrush can't get it, no matter how well you brush.

It's also important to visit the dentist twice a year. Besides checking for signs of cavities or gum disease, the dentist will help keep your teeth extra clean, and he or she can help you learn the best way to brush and floss. It's not just brushing and flossing that keeps your teeth healthy - you also need to be careful about what you eat and drink. Remember, the plaque on your teeth is just waiting for that sugar to arrive. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables and drink water instead of soda. And don't forget to smile.

Don't brush too hard or too soft. Brushing too hard will cause your gums to bleed. Also brushing to soft will not get rid of plaque and other sticky stuff. Fortunately, there are temporary solutions to relieve any discomfort until you can visit a dentist. Rinse the area with warm salty water (approx one quarter to one-half teaspoon to a glass of warm water). Use clove oil, which you can buy at health-food stores and some drug stores. Clove oil helps to numb the sore area. Cover the tooth with sugar-free gum to minimize contact with food and fluids.




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