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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Excluding acetaminophen, NSAIDs such as Ibuprofen and Aleve are the strongest OTC medications for pain and inflammation relief, according to MedlinePlus and WebMD. Some types of pain respond better to one medication than... More »

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Effective non-narcotic pain relievers include antidepressants, pain relief creams, skin patches, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as aspirin. The best option is ultimately dependent on the type and level o... More »

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Some practical remedies for toothache include rinsing the mouth using warm water, flossing to get rid of plague and food particles, taking over-the-counter pain relievers, applying eugenol, applying over-the-counter anti... More »

There are several home remedies for toothache pain. A solution of salt and pepper can be made with a small amount of water and applied directly to the tooth to provide relief from hypersensitivity. Foods like garlic, clo... More »

Although it is often necessary to consult with a dentist when a toothache occurs, remedies to ease the pain and help reduce irritation include rinsing the mouth with warm water and flossing to remove food particles. An o... More »

Home remedies for toothache pain include clove oil, cough drops, a warm tea bag, peppermint tea and salt water. Other remedies are massaging the hand with ice, flossing and rinsing with hydrogen peroxide. More »