May 1st, 2013
Category Toothache Remedies
With more than 90% of the population in our country suffering from tooth decay and cavities, it is no wonder why so many people ask themselves, "Why do my teeth hurt?" There are a lot of reasons why teeth can hurt, but three of the most common reasons are because of tooth infections, called cavities, cracks that people have in their teeth, or simply having very weak tooth enamel.
Cavities Cause Tooth Pain
If your teeth are hurting because of cavities, rest assured that I know exactly what you're going through. A year ago, I had four cavities, and every time I ate something sweet, I felt sharp pains on the right side of my mouth. One way that I avoided this, was by not eating sugar. But let's be realistic, shall we? We just can't live completely sugar-free. It wouldRead More
September 25, 2012 Toothache Remedies
Surprisingly, home remedies for tooth decay work a lot better for some people than going to the dentist. I was tired of going to the dentist and see my dental problems only get worse. It seemed like the more I brushed and flossed my teeth, the more cavities I got. I thought that my situation was unique, but I know a lot of people who have had the same challenges.
What made things worse, was that my one-year-old son started to get tooth decay. He lost one tooth, and three others started to get chipped and brittle. We found out, that he had a case of fluorosis. This was probably caused by fluoridated water and toothpaste!
If the dental community really knew what they are talking about,Read More
September 23, 2012 Toothache Remedies
If you're looking for an instant home remedy for bad toothache pain, your teeth and gums probably hurt a whole lot. If your dentist is on vacation, or it is the weekend, you are out of luck. You can go to the store and get a kit to temporarily relieve the pain, but generally, the kits don't work that much better than home remedies that you can do yourself.
The first home remedy for tooth decay and toothache pain is to either chew on a clove of garlic, or use clove oil. Apply it directly to the area of your tooth that is in a lot of pain. You want to kill the bad bacteria that is inside of the cavity in your tooth. By doing this, you can often get rid of the infection.
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