For fast toothache relief, sufferers can apply a cold compress to the outside of the mouth or take over-the-counter pain relievers, such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen, according to WebMD. Sufferers can also apply small a... More »

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Peppermint tea bags and garlic may temporarily relieve tooth pain, but they are short-term solutions. The best way to reliably treat tooth pain is to have a dentist fix the underlying cause, according to AZ Family Dental... More »

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Many health websites provide advice on how to treat a toothache at home, including WebMD and Mayo Clinic. Both of these websites offer suggestions for remedies involving medication as well as some drug-free treatments. More »

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Patients can relieve toothache swelling and pain by applying a cool compress to the outside of the mouth and taking over-the-counter pain medication such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen, according to WebMD. It helps to kee... More »

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For emergency toothache relief, the sufferer should use an ice pack or cool compress on the outside of the mouth and take acetaminophen or ibuprofen to help the swelling go down, according to WebMD. Alternately, sufferer... More »

To get relief from earache pain, take pain relievers, apply a warm compress to the ear, use eardrops and rest, recommends WebMD. If the earache is caused by an infection, a doctor may prescribe antibiotics. More »

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One of the simplest ways to treat neck and shoulder pain is by taking over-the-counter pain relief medication, according to Mayo Clinic. Ibuprofen, acetaminophen and other common products can reduce pain by lowering infl... More »

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