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Piscidia piscipula Jamaican dogwood is a plant native to Central America, Florida and the West Indies, and its bark been used in traditional medicine for hundreds of years. Perh…   Read More

 
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Latest User Submitted Toothache Home Remedies

  • Toothache Pain
    I had a severe toothache. Nothing seemed to touch the pain. I had even taken strong prescription meds with no relief. This simple remedy saved my sanity: I took a package o... Read Full Post
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    Benzocaine? Forget it. It only helps certain kinds of toothaches and only for a very short time. There is a long-lasting cure that has worked with all types of toothaches (a... Read Full Post
  • Onions for toothache
    When having a toothache, and you can't get to the dentist quickly, chew on an onion, leaving it sitting on the aching tooth as long as you can manage it. The longer the better... Read Full Post
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    No matter how many times we brush or floss our teeth, there will always come a time when bacteria will pile up in our teeth, giving us a very unwelcome toothache. We can visit... Read Full Post
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    There are two ways to avoid toothache, prevent it or cure it!! While visiting your dentist is a must if a tooth starts decaying or aches constantly, some simple home remedies ... Read Full Post
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What is a toothache?

A toothache or tooth pain is caused when the nerve root of a tooth is irritated. A toothache can be caused by infection, injury, damaged guns, cracked tooth, decay, or a loss of a tooth. The short, sharp pains usually occur in response to heat, cold, or sweet stimulation. Sometimes tooth pain is short-lived and not serious if it is related to sinus problems or certain foods; this is known as tooth sensitivity.

 

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