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Easy Home Remedies for Toothache Relief
Are you suffering from a toothache problem? Chances are if you are reading this, you probably do.
According to research studies, most people, unless they have a toothache, hardly give it a second
thought. However, once you have a toothache, you are ready to do anything to get rid of the pain.
There can be several reasons behind a toothache problem. Toothaches can stem from an infection,
trauma or irritation. Mostly, toothaches happen when there is a tooth decay. Here are some easy
home remedies for toothache relief. However, you need to remember that some methods that work
for some people, might not work for others.

Garlic
Using garlic is one of the most common home remedies for toothache relief. Garlic offers a range of
healing benefits and relieving toothache is one of them. All you need to do is mix a small amount of
garlic with a little rock salt and then slowly apply it to the tooth and the surrounding region that is
causing the pain. This can help you reduce the pain in an hour or two.

Block of Ice
Another very simple home remedy for toothache relief is holding a small chunk of ice against the
tooth that is causing pain. People of all ages have found this to be a very effective method in
reducing toothache pain. The block of ice numbs the area around the affected tooth and thus helps
in reducing the pain. For top-notch dental care in Moorebank, NSW, it is always wise to visit a highly
qualified dentist or a well-reputed dental clinic.

Fresh Peppermint
Fresh peppermint also works wonders in relieving toothache pain. This is one of the best home
remedies for toothache relief. To reduce the pain, you need to take ten grams of fresh peppermint
and pour it into a bowl of boiling water. Add two teaspoons of salt and let it cool down before
drinking it.

Whiskey
Toothache pain can also be reduced by using whiskey. The presence of alcohol in whiskey can numb
the area around the painful tooth and help in reducing the pain a bit. All you need to do is take a
small shot of whiskey and swig it around your gums and mouth for thirty seconds. After the whiskey
is absorbed into the gums, hold it around the area of the affected tooth for about a minute.
These are some simple yet highly effective home remedies for toothache relief. However, it is always
wise to get examined by an experienced dentist for resolving your dental problems. For toothache
relief in Moorebank, NSW, visit a dental clinic that has top-notch facilities and highly experienced
dentists. For all your dental care needs, look no further than Adam Dental Care. With a team of
highly qualified dentists and state-of-the-art facilities, we are committed to providing top-notch
dental treatments and services at affordable rates.

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