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Choice of toothache pills: an overview of the properties of painkillers
Choice of toothache pills: an overview of the properties of painkillers

With a strong toothache, it is quite obvious that the sufferer’s desire to take some effective pill as soon as possible, which would save them from exhausting torment for at least a couple of hours. But here is the problem - some pills help well with a mild toothache, but they are almost useless for acute pain, which is typical, for example, of pulpitis or periodontitis. Moreover, the same drug, even powerful enough, can help one person very well and weakly to another. So what to do in case of acute or aching toothache, and what nuances it is important to take into account when choosing painkillers - let's understand ...

What to do if a tooth aches after nerve removal and canal cleaning
What to do if a tooth aches after nerve removal and canal cleaning

Each person, turning to the dentist with a toothache, wants to get rid of it once and for all. However, it happens that even after the nerve is removed, the canals are cleaned and their fillings are in, the tooth continues to ache.Sometimes a few days it can be painful to touch him even with the tongue. In this case, the patient has quite reasonable questions: why does the pain reappear in the already treated dead tooth, how long will it take and what actions should be taken in such a situation? About this we will continue to talk.

What can be done at home to relieve severe toothache
What can be done at home to relieve severe toothache

Do you have a toothache? The pain is so strong that it does not allow you to concentrate on business and does not even allow you to eat normally? The first thing to do in such a situation is to call the dentist and make an appointment at the earliest possible time. However, while waiting for the help of a dentist, it may still be necessary to somehow relieve or at least reduce the pain yourself. We will continue to talk about effective means and methods of relieving toothache at home ...

How can you rinse a bad tooth for quick pain relief?
How can you rinse a bad tooth for quick pain relief?

Perhaps the first thing that almost every person instinctively does when there is a toothache is trying to rinse your mouth in the hope of this very pain to get rid of as soon as possible. In this case, a variety of solutions are used: here there is salt and soda, and vodka, and hydrogen peroxide, and if you do not believe it, even hot milk.In general, whoever is at that ready, rinses in order, often without any understanding how this rinse works at all, why this particular solution is taken and how often the procedure should be repeated. Well, if so, then let's figure out how to still need to properly rinse your mouth to relieve toothache, in order to get a positive effect, and at the same time do not harm yourself in general and your sick tooth in particular ...

Using Nise Tablets for Tooth Pain Relief
Using Nise Tablets for Tooth Pain Relief

Today, Nise's tablets successfully compete in popularity with the “popular” Analgin and the much-touted Nurofen. At least, those who suffer from toothache, use the drug even more willingly and more often, considering it almost a specialized dental tool. And what actually constitutes Nise, how effective it is in various types of toothache, and how to use it correctly - let's talk about this in more detail.

Does garlic help a toothache or is it more a myth than the truth?
Does garlic help a toothache or is it more a myth than the truth?

Among the folk remedies for toothache, various home-grown “healers” are often advised to use garlic.It is believed that this is the right tool can even relieve from severe toothache, and it is recommended to use it almost as you like: in the form of tincture, and in the form of a compress on a bad tooth, and even for simple application to the wrist. Is it effective? Let's see how things are in practice, and how much in reality garlic helps relieve a toothache ...

Does No-Shpa help with toothache?
Does No-Shpa help with toothache?

The drug No-Shpa is well known as a fairly effective remedy for abdominal pain and sometimes for headaches. Based on this, many people are trying to apply No-Shpu and for toothache, relying on the universality of the anesthetic effect of the drug. But are these pills really relieving a toothache - we will continue to do this and try to figure it out ...

Does Tempalgin Help Toothache and Feedback on Its Use?
Does Tempalgin Help Toothache and Feedback on Its Use?

When the tooth begins to bother, and before the visit to the dentist you still need to be patient, often a variety of painkillers are used. As a rule, these are tablets that are available in the home first-aid kit, or those that can be bought in the nearest pharmacy without a doctor's prescription.And one of these remedies that many people are trying to use for toothache is Tempalgin, a fairly well-known drug. However, is it really effective? Let's try to figure it out, and also see what those who have already tried it in practice say about this tool.

What to do if you have a toothache during pregnancy
What to do if you have a toothache during pregnancy

Toothache for many pregnant women is a nightmare. At least because future moms are not less afraid to go to the dentist than to drink pills. As a result, mild signs of tooth decay and slight soreness are first completely ignored, then the pain intensifies, often turning into a serious problem over time. And often, by the very time of childbirth, when it is really undesirable to go to the dentist, a pregnant woman feels a toothache of such strength that the birth does not seem so scary to her. How to behave correctly if a tooth starts to hurt during pregnancy and how can it be calmed without harming the developing fetus? In these questions we will further and try to understand more.

Does Analgin help with toothache and is it dangerous to use it?
Does Analgin help with toothache and is it dangerous to use it?

For toothache, Analgin was used by our parents and grandparents. Even today, this tool remains one of the most popular painkillers in Russia, although with the advent of more modern and safer substitutes, its former “fame” is rather rapidly dying away. Next, we will try to figure out how effective and expedient the use of Analgin for relieving toothache, and why it is increasingly being refused in favor of other drugs ...

 

 

Imagine that you have a toothache: not very much, but quite noticeable, and not for the first time, but so to speak, once again. What are you going to do?

It may seem surprising, but a huge number of people just drink pain relief pills for toothache, not really thinking about the causes of pain, about the possible consequences, and not feeling any particular desire to understand all this. But why? After all, it is enough to drink an anesthetic drug, and the problem seemed to be solved ...

But since you are reading these lines, then, most likely, at least you already vaguely (or clearly) understand that this is not all that simple. Toothache does not arise just like this: it is not a headache, which sometimes is really not clear from what appears and in itself passes.

If the tooth is sick, then in 99% of cases there are serious problems in the state of his health that require dental care. And you don’t need to take pain regularly with pills - as soon as possible you should make an appointment with a dentist, because even mild pain and the associated caries can easily turn into much more significant tooth decay with corresponding severe pain symptoms and other problems for general health. .

However, sometimes painkillers really cannot be avoided - for example, with acute toothache, when you have already made an appointment to see a doctor, but there is simply no strength to endure for a few more hours (or days).

In detail about what to do if a tooth aches, we'll talk in this section of the site. And here not only drugs that can effectively relieve pain at home, but also folk remedies and techniques, which are sometimes also quite effective, are considered.

In addition, in this section of the site you will find a lot of useful and interesting information about the possible causes of pain after dental treatment, when, for example, a tooth starts to hurt badly under a filling or crown. As well as attention is paid to the pain associated with wisdom teeth, and practical recommendations on what to do in a given situation in order to avoid complications that are dangerous for health (and sometimes for life).

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