Taking a nonprescription pain reliever such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen is the best way to help relieve the pain of a toothache, according to eMedicineHealth. Using oil of clove on the affected tooth may also help numb... More »

Some home remedies for tooth pain include eliminating certain foods, massaging the hands with ice, and biting on a cotton ball with clove oil on it, explains HowStuffWorks. Other home remedies for tooth pain include rins... 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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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 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 »

To treat a toothache, clean and inspect the mouth, try at-home remedies and treatments to reduce the pain, and see a dentist, if necessary. The time required to cure a toothache varies depending on the cause and treatmen... More »

A toothache can cause severe pain indefinitely if it is not treated, according to the National Health Service of Britain. A toothache typically is caused by tooth decay and may progress to a dental abscess without treatm... More »