Toothache Relief

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Toothache Relief

Postby Chaosbean on Sat Nov 17, 2007 10:02 am

If you need relief from toothpain (oral pain in general) between now and when you can get to a dentist.

Pure Vanilla Extract and Cotton Swab. Just get the PURE (not imitation) vanilla on the cotton swab, and then put the swab on your gums by the tooth.

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Curtesy of the new dentist. I tryed it today, and She's right. it works. does not burn and doesn't taste bad. I'm willing to bet it is the alcohol more then the vanilla. However, its way better then waiting for painkillers to work.
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby WorkingClassSkin on Sat Nov 17, 2007 12:42 pm

Cool! Ima have to remember that.

Just for the record, Scotch works pretty well, too.
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby Sonya on Sun Nov 18, 2007 4:20 am

Great tip - I've been using cloves for years when I'm in a pinch... Guess I finally have a way to get around the nasty taste!!! I've ALWAYS got real vanilla!!!
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby hystErika on Mon Dec 31, 2007 10:04 am

I think I could love you right now...

Yeah, clove oil tastes HORRID. Ack.
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby Elizabeth Horror on Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:39 pm

brilliant!
my mum get sreally bad toothache sometimes, she was really impressed with this tip :)
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby savvysmartsxx on Sun Jan 13, 2008 9:23 pm

WOW! thank you for this! i just got my braces off and this freaking retainer is killing me.
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby sarahXedge on Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:24 am

arnica is also good.
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby Billie on Thu Jan 24, 2008 4:24 pm

this is such a good tip cause i'm not a huge fan of taking pain killers for toothaches s they make me a little drowsy.
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby lemon dropkick on Wed Jul 02, 2008 1:01 am

whiskey works too..just swish it around
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby gemma_mct on Sun Jul 06, 2008 11:13 am

I post the exact same thing in every tooth/mouth related thread. salt water mouth washes, lots of times during the day to keep away the yuck in your mouth, and then for the toothache there's this wonder product called "anbesol" which comes in both liquid and gel (sort of like bonjella consistency) and I swear, not only does it soothe your gums where there's an ache, but it numbs it aswell because it has an active anaethetic ingedient in it which really works. It's also great for braces aches and canker sores/mouth ulcers, i swear by this product.

Tea is also supposed to be good for tooth aches, there's a natural ingredient in tea that supposedly soothes your mouth, and can also help with infections.
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby theCutestPinCushion on Sun Jul 06, 2008 3:39 pm

my husband is having some tooth problems right now, and he uses orajel. but he says it tastes nasty. (i don't know for sure, he's usually kind of a sissy lol) so i am going to tell him this!!! hopefully it will help him. thanks!
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby shelbalina13 on Wed Jan 14, 2009 9:30 am

i've been up all night with the toothache from hell, and i can't afford to go to the dentist! :-(

is there like a free clinic of the mouth? what do people do when they have face-melting tooth pain and no insurance or cash? Go to the local blacksmith?!
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby Chaosbean on Wed Jan 14, 2009 11:47 am

shelbalina13 wrote:i've been up all night with the toothache from hell, and i can't afford to go to the dentist! :-(

is there like a free clinic of the mouth? what do people do when they have face-melting tooth pain and no insurance or cash? Go to the local blacksmith?!


if i knew where in oklahoma you lived i could help more, but just search "public health dentist" using google or call your local public health clinic. (If you need to find that type in your county and state and WIC, generally where the WIC office is there is a health clinic. ) If you still need help, PM me. OKC has lots of resources.
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby poorandweird on Wed Jan 14, 2009 12:21 pm

Brilliant!
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Re: Toothache Relief

Postby shelbalina13 on Wed Jan 14, 2009 3:59 pm

Chaosbean wrote:if i knew where in oklahoma you lived i could help more, but just search "public health dentist" using google or call your local public health clinic. (If you need to find that type in your county and state and WIC, generally where the WIC office is there is a health clinic. ) If you still need help, PM me. OKC has lots of resources.



wow! bean, you really are the best!!! i may need your help again, but i'm gonna try to do my earn search now that i have some idea what i'm looking for! thank you SO much!!!!
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