Flossing and brushing regularly to remove irritating food particles may help reduce toothache. Using pain relievers may also provide temporary relief. If you have a toothache, it’s important to figure out what’s at the root of your discomfort. From there, you can determine how best you can relieve any pain, swelling, or other symptoms, the following are the five tips.
1. Salt water rinse
For many people, a salt water rinse is an effective first-line treatment. Salt water is a natural disinfectant,
2. Hydrogen peroxide rinse,
A hydrogen may also help to relieve pain and inflammation, hydrogen peroxide can reduce plaque and heal bleeding gums. Make sure you properly dilute the hydrogen peroxide. To do this, mix 3-percent hydrogen peroxide with equal parts water, and use it as a mouthwash. Don’t swallow it.
3.Peppermint tea bags
Peppermint tea bags can be used to numb pain and soothe sensitive gums, Allow a used tea bag to cool down a little before applying it to the affected area.
To use garlic on a toothache, crush a garlic clove to create a paste and apply it to the affected area. You may wish to add a tiny bit of salt. Alternatively.
Guava leaves have anti-inflammation
To use this remedy, chew on fresh guava leaves or add crushed guava leaves to boiling water to make a mouthwash.
by salma shehu.