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 »

One home remedy that can relieve a toothache quickly is an application of whiskey, pepper, clove oil, onion, lime, garlic clove or vanilla extract on the aching tooth. Other home remedies include salt water gargling, app... More »

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There is insufficient evidence for the Food and Drug Administration to rate eugenol, the active ingredient in clove oil, as being effective in treating tooth pain, according to MedlinePlus. The FDA also finds insufficien... More »

Toothache pain can be treated at home by using warm water to rinse the mouth, using eugenol or an over-the-counter antiseptic, taking over-the-counter pain medications and using dental floss to get rid of plague. These m... More »

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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 »

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 »

Taking over-the-counter pain medications, rinsing the mouth with warm saltwater or baking soda rinses, and applying a moist teabag to the painful area are temporary home remedies for the discomfort from a tooth infection... More »