12 All Natural Toothache_Remedies Your Dentist Doesn’t Want You to Know About

The most common symptoms of a toothache include a sharp, throbbing or constant pain, swelling around the tooth, fever, and a headache.
In most cases, tooth pain is a result of cavities, but it might also be a result of other causes as well, such as:

__Tooth decay
__A damaged filling
__Abscessed tooth
__Infected gums/ Gum disease
__Tooth fracture
__Repetitive motions, such as chewing hard foods or grinding teeth
__Tooth eruption ( in small children)
__An abnormal bite

These days, we have numerous options to choose in order to soothe a toothache, but before modern dentistry, people used natural remedies only.
Yet, these natural alternatives are highly effective and can be of great help when you suffer from a toothache and would rather avoid visiting your dentist.
These are the twelve most effective ones:

1. Essential Oils

One 2014 study found that: “Essential oil rinses are found to be equally effective in inhibiting plaque. A study carried out by Pizzo et al. on plaque inhibitory effect of amine fluoride/stannous fluoride and essential oils showed no significant difference in efficacy of both.”
As chlorhexidine causes staining of teeth on long term use, essential oils can be used as an alternative to chlorhexidine rinse. Essential oils have shown to possess antimicrobial activity against subgingival periopathogens, too.”

For best effects, use clove, tea tree oil, peppermint, myrrh, cinnamon, and spearmint.

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