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 How can I pull out my teeth without any pain? Also, without taking any medicine.?
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 i am getting my braces off today does it hurt while they take them off?????
My teeth are really sensitive and i am really ...


 What is it you don't like about going to the Dentist?
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 Three days later and ....?
... the temporary crown has completely fallen out. I am left with a stubble of a tooth for a week or so before the full crown is fitted. Should I advance the appointment, or go to the hospital for ...


 braces on 2 days ago, what can i bring to eat at the movie?
Since i'm pretty sure popcorn is not an option, what is something i could bring to munch on at the movies? my teeth are still a little sensitive. thank you!...


 i dont know what the hell happend to me?
i dont know why my girl friend wants to breakup with me and she says she loves me and i did a lot for her i dont know how to break up i dumped my other gf for her and i didnt mass aruond with ...


 POLL: what colour is your toothbrush ?
My toothbrush is red & pink :) what colour is yours?

XD...


 Does having teeth extractions hurt?
Im having premolar and canine taken out. I have heard that it hurst loads from some and some say it doesnt, if any one else has had the same teeth taken out can you say if it hurts or not? thanks!...


 Does it hurt when you get your braces off?
I'm getting mine off in July and kind of nervous....


 Does getting a tooth pulled hurt?
Does getting a tooth pulled hurt? Or a route canal?
After you were numbed....


 I recently changed dentists & the new dentist took x-rays when my old ones were just done 2 yrs. ago. Typical?
Or are they just trying to get more $$ from me/insurance? My old dentist took x-rays every 3-5 yrs. but it seems they are all trying to sell you on cosmetic dentistry, pulling out old fillings to do ...


 How to get white teeth?
my sister is having yellow teeth. i need only home remedies....


 How often do you brush your teeth - be honest?
Me is 2x a day..
Forced Habbit as a kid.
How bout you?...


 Who can do fillings besides dentists?
I am very interested in dentistry... but I'm not sure if I want to do the whole dental school 'thing'. I don't want to be a hygienist or assistant, but would still like to be ...


 when my husband eats pineapple he gets little sores in his mouth,what is this?
When he eats pineapple he gets thease little sores inside his mouth, its painfull for him. have you ever heard of this, is he alergic? What can we use to treat this?...


 How much are braces ?
I'm about to get braces , and I told my mom I wanted them , and she said they were $6,000 . ARE THEY SERIOUSLY THAT EXPENSIVE ?...


 What's the best way to remove tea stains from teeth?
And please don't say stop drinking tea. That is unfortunately not an option anymore.....
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haha...i do brush of course! but my crest total isn't cutting it ...


 will it hurt?
I might get braces in a month or so, im wondering how they do it and if it will hurt and stuff. and do you have to get a needle in your mouth?...


 What age do kids usually get braces?
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 i am getting braces in 2 days........do they hurt?
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what can you do for a tooth ache?
                      








Mickey L
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I suggest you brush your teeth three times a day.
5 minutes each.
Also, you floss(however you spell it).

Try not to eat foods that are hard.
Also, eat or drink lots of vitamins.


jay d
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book a dentist appointment. Take a painkiller, paracetamol, or Ibruprophen or both usually leave few hours between doses. Make sure you are ok with Ibruprophen first though if you have any blood problems, or are asthmatic or any stomach problems you may not be able to use ibuprophen. If you want something stronger try paracetamol with codeine but this may cause drowsiness, or even Paramol (paracetamol with dihydrocodeine). Also can try anbisol conatining an anaesthetic that will help relieve the pain or try rub clove oil on.


dolangresham
go to the dentist. if you cant then use some whisky or some oragel


Confused_Girly
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The best thing is to take an over the counter pain reliever such as Tylenol or Advil, and get some Orajel to put on the area. Also, milkshakes are good to drink to try and numb the area, but don't drink it through a straw... or anything for that matter. The pressure from the suction of the straw will put pressure on the toothache site and cause more pain. Call your dentist if the pain in unbearable during the night, and they should be able to make your appointment for you for tomorrow and write you a perscription for something to dull the pain if over the counter medications aren't working. Make sure you write down the dosage and how often you're taking those medications to inform your dentist when you see him/her. They should also write you a perscription for an antibiotic because the toothache is most likely caused by an infection in the root of the tooth.


come closer
take an over the counter pain reliever, Tylenol, Motrin, Advil...etc.


mojo_boe
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depends if ist actually a tooth problem or a gum infection. start with a hydrogen peroxide wrince and up the vitamin C and wait a few days. if nothing changes, see a dentistand skip the asprins ect alltogether- could also be just stress and your grinding your teeth at nite, or just tensing the jaws more than you realize during the day.


Jules
The best thing Ive found, although it may sound weird, swish whisky in your mouth and kind of keep it on the side that hurts for a little bit. Its numbs it better than anything else Ive ever tried.


The Pool Dude
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IF YOU HAVE A TOOTHACHE RIGHT NOW - Go gargle with salted water - It will wear off but it's the most instant fix and feels like mana from heaven....


B&T&G&G
If its just wiggly.. and the gum around it is all sore, then take a couple Advil.
If its a cavity that your waiting to get filled, they have this gel stuff you can buy.. I cant remeber the name you might have to ask your dentist about it.. But you just put a bit on your tooth and it completely numbs the pain, trusty me it works!


dental girl
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oil of clove, ambesol, tylenol, motrin, heat pad, sleep propped up, oh yeah...go to the dentist.


luna6887
motrin and apply some orajel on the part that hurts.


littlestud7
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take advil.. or something...


~*bRiTtNaY*~
oral gel doesnt work that good for me so i swish vanilla extract in my mouth and it actually helps, or dab vaseline on your tooth.


tinkerbelL roqksxx
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*[O R A G E L ] ` shouLd do the triqk :)


jmcree16
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well.
they have that tooth numbing gel. that will work.
you can get it at the drugstore.

or advil works really well.

but you better go to the dentist in case it's a cavity or something


Ciera
well wat i would do is see ur dentist as soon as u can and c wat they say and if its abscessed then u need 2 b put on some antibioticics and oragel is the worst thing u could do 4 a sore tooth... hope this helps..


Lauren
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800mg Ibuprofen usually does the trick if you have any. Make a dentists appointment ASAP.


Chyme
Pain killers are usually useless if its a bad bad tooth ache, the kind where you are bent over in two and aren't able to even lay down to sleep...
I tried loads with mine anadin, ibruprofen, panadol, voltoral, voltoron diclophenic, ordinary paracetamol, co-codimol, codipar, nurofen, solphadine and little triangular pink ones the doctor gave me.
None of them worked at all.
The best thing i found was to rinse my tooth in warmish salt water and then soak a piece of cotton wool in clove oil and put it over the tooth but pure clove oil stings like hell.
Your best bet is to try that until you can see a dentist.


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