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Toothache (Odontalgia, dentalgia, odontodynia, odontogenic pain)


What is Toothache?

Toothache is a common medical condition that occurs when you experience moderate to severe pain in your teeth or gums. There may be several reasons for a toothache. Mostly it is caused by a cavity, thinning gums, sensitivity, or infection. The pain arises when your roots are exposed due to thinning for gums and cavities.

What are the Symptoms of Toothache?

There are some typical symptoms of toothaches, such as tooth pain that may be strong, pounding, or continuous. In some people, pain affects only when stress is used to the tooth such as biting, bad-tasting drainage from the affected tooth, a foul smell from the mouth, inflammation across the tooth.

What are the Causes of Toothache?

There can be several causes of toothaches. Some of the most common causes are as follows:
Tooth decay is the most common cause of toothaches. In case you have bacterial contamination within the middle of the tooth you can experience a severe toothache. Sometimes broken teeth from any injury may cause toothache. There are instances when you may suffer from gum diseases like gingivitis, or other gum infection which triggers toothaches. In case your teeth are worn out due to any repetitive motion, such as chewing gum or crushing or gritting teeth, you can suffer from toothaches.

When to see a Doctor?

Toothaches are very irritating at times and the pain is unbearable. In case you are suffering from toothaches for more than a day or two, it’s time to visit a dentist. Additionally, if your toothache is accompanied by fever, then that might be a case of severe infection and need immediate medical intervention.

Lifestyle Prevention of Toothache

  • Taking proper care of your teeth is very important. Maintaining mouth hygiene and following a routine check-up is the key. To maintain mouth hygiene, try to brush your teeth regularly with fluoride toothpaste.
  • Also, dental floss at least once a day is a very healthy practice. For a routine check-up, try to visit your dentist at least twice a year.

Common Ayurvedic Remedies for Toothache

There are some amazing Ayurvedic remedies for toothache. Using some herbal oils like tea-tree oil or clove oil is very effective on toothaches. Also, herbs like Amla, Neem, Garlic, Cloves, etc. can be very useful in curing toothaches.
  • Herbal Oils: Tea tree oil and clove oil is very effective on toothaches. These oils have healing properties and have been curing toothaches for centuries. Just apply these oils with a cotton swab on the site of the pain.
  • Amla Powder: Amla is very useful in restoring and improving connector tissues, therefore, maintaining the teeth well, healthy, and germs-free. Use one tsp of Amla powder every day for a longstanding oral health benefit.
  • Turmeric Powder: Turmeric is known for its antibacterial properties and works great to prevent dental cavities. Mix the turmeric powder with mustard oil to make a paste and apply to the affected area before going to the bed.
Curative Ayurvedic Herbs:
Clove Oil | Peppermint tea | Garlic | Turmeric | Tea Tree Oil | Amla
Preventative Ayurvedic Herbs:
Not Known
Avi Kumar

Avi is an irreverent hard-core Engineer turned Marketer, who is focused on unveiling the secrets of Ayurveda, scientifically. His aim is to research Ayurveda, take what works, discard what's superseded by new discoveries, and in all increase in human knowledge.

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