A clove oil compress is treatment option for a toothache. Clove oil contains the ingredient eugenol, which serves as an anti-inflammatory to neutralize pain at the site of the toothache. Dilute this oil in water as it ca... More »

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Treatment options for toothache include painkillers, antibiotics and decongestants. Although not effective at treating toothache, painkillers are also used to alleviate the symptom of pain. Other remedies for tooth pain ... More »

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There is no single best treatment for a toothache, but cleaning the mouth, applying a cool compress and taking over-the-counter pain medication may ease the pain, according to WebMD. It is also important that a person se... More »

Some of the best ways to stop a toothache include using clove oil, applying a cold compress, rinsing and flossing, according to HowStuffWorks. If the tooth pain lasts for more than a couple of days, consult a dentist. More »

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The initial treatment to relieve a toothache is to rinse the mouth, apply a cool compress and to take painkillers, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen. If these initial measures don't work, it may be time to see a dentist... 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 temporarily relieve tooth pain, apply an over-the-counter numbing gel that is recommended for tooth pain, or apply two drops of clove oil to a cotton ball, and place the cotton ball between the cheek and gums in the a... More »