Toothache is the pain that you feel in or around your tooth. Most often, toothache pain is a sign that there’s something wrong with your tooth or gums.
Sometimes however, toothache pain is referred pain. That means the pain is caused by a problem elsewhere in your body. You should never ignore toothaches. Toothaches caused by tooth decay can get worse if left untreated.
A toothache can also be caused by an impacted tooth. This happens when one of your teeth, usually a wisdom tooth, is stuck in your gum tissue or bone. As a result, it can’t erupt, or grow in.
For home remedy or treatment of holes or decay and odour, get the following:
1. Organic ginger
2. Organic lemon
3. Brand new tooth brush
4. Toothpaste (any brand/products but Maclean very good for this)
5. A bowl for mixing everything
6. A grater
7. A kitchen knife
8. 1/4 tablespoon of baking soda
1. Cut the organic lemon (just 1 lemon), remove the seeds and squeeze out the juice into the bowl.
2. Cut the organic ginger, pill it and grate it into the bowl, add garlic.
3. Add one-quarter (1/4) tablespoonful of baking soda into the bowl.
3b. Make as a paste, apply on the affected part for some minutes, it would be very hot. Rinse off, repeat two to three times.
4. Add toothpaste to the bowl, (amount equal to the normal size you use on your tooth brush daily).
4b. Divide the mixture into two before doing this.
5. Now, open your brand new tooth brush, use it to mix everything together.
6. Then, do your normal brushing with it.
6b. Rinse ur mouth with warm water containing baking soda and little lemon juice
Try brushing twice regularly. Ensure to bush before first meal every morning. Also, chew lots of dates.
DO NOT remove teeth because d parasite wld move to d next tooth.
HOW YOU CAN PREVENT TOOTHACHES
To help prevent toothaches, brush and floss your teeth at least twice a day and get dental checkups and cleanings twice a year, or as often as recommended by your dentist.
You can help keep your heart and lungs healthy by not smoking, eating a low-fat and high-fiber diet, and exercising at least 30 minutes a day, 5 times a week.
HOW TO CLEAN YOUR TEETH AND GUM
1. Gently brush your teeth on all sides with a soft-bristle brush and fluoride toothpaste. Replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months.
2. Use small circular motions and short back-and-forth strokes.
3. Brush carefully and gently along your gum line.
4. Lightly brush your tongue or use a tongue scraper to help keep your mouth clean.
5. Clean between your teeth with dental floss, prethreaded flossers, a water flosser, or a similar product. This removes plaque and leftover food that a toothbrush can’t reach.
6. Rinse after you floss.
Hope this helps!