To ease a toothache, apply a cold compress to your face or massage the spot between your index finger and thumb with ice. Sesame seed paste, clove oil, or ginger and red pepper paste can ease pain and fight bacteria. A guava leaf paste or green tea, salt, or sage mouthwash will work too.
Dental cavities are a warning sign for tooth decay, but since cavities can develop without any symptoms too, spotting one in time is crucial. Look out for symptoms like white spots and pits on your teeth, bad breath, tooth sensitivity, an unpleasant taste in the mouth, and pain that comes and goes. Sometimes, though, toothache can be felt only after the decay has reached the inner layers.
Clove has been a tradition natural remedy for toothache. But I discovered ginger helps as well. The anti-inflammatory properties of ginger immediately sooth the point of pain effectively. It was recently when one of my molars failed and I chewed raw ginger root around the molar for immediate relief. If you ever experience toothache, then try it out.
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