Have A Toothache? Go To The Kitchen Spice Cabinet And Grab The Cloves
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The National Institute of Health Medline Plus Health Information site states “Clove is applied directly to the gums (used topically) for toothache, for pain control during dental work, and for a complication of tooth extraction called dry socket.” There are other options for pain control while waiting to see your dentist including Ibuprofen to reduce pain and swelling. If you are experiencing throbbing pain, another option is to elevate your head to decrease the pressure and throbbing pain.