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what to do if you have toothache?

Post by Hardi » Thu Apr 07, 2005 9:51 pm

My experiences shows that holding cold water in mouth helps very well... What your sugestions?.. Nedle with hot and rusted nail? or shoot with gun? :twisted:

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Post by Guest » Thu Apr 07, 2005 11:07 pm

Go to the dentist. :roll:

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Post by Hardi » Fri Apr 08, 2005 10:56 am

simplyblessedwithlove I'm disappointed of you. No some vietnamese voodoo.. not but a dead hand into your mouth or something like that.

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Post by Guest » Fri Apr 08, 2005 4:23 pm

Hardi wrote:simplyblessedwithlove I'm disappointed of you. No some vietnamese voodoo.. not but a dead hand into your mouth or something like that.
:!??!?!: What is it supposed to mean? Because I'm Asian, I'm supposed to know some voodoo???????

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Post by Hardi » Fri Apr 08, 2005 9:32 pm

:D
But seriously.. imagine that in some reason I can't go urgently to dentist.

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Post by Guest » Fri Apr 08, 2005 10:54 pm

Instead of brushing my teeth twice a day like I used to be, I'd brush it one or two more times. Then I would keep and bite a small fluff of cotton where the decay tooth is to keep the pain away.

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Salty water.

Post by Ordina_Lavender » Mon Apr 11, 2005 8:46 am

My mother tells me to google with salty water to relieve the pain.

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Re: Salty water.

Post by Hardi » Mon Apr 11, 2005 2:41 pm

Ordina_Lavender wrote:My mother tells me to google with salty water to relieve the pain.
Well my dentist tells me same.

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Re: Salty water.

Post by Guest » Mon Apr 11, 2005 5:20 pm

Ordina_Lavender wrote:My mother tells me to google with salty water to relieve the pain.
It's because most bacteria don't like salty or acidic environment.

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Re: Salty water.

Post by Hardi » Mon Apr 11, 2005 7:28 pm

simplyblessedwithlove wrote:It's because most bacteria don't like salty or acidic environment.
and it suck bacteria and other bad things out.

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Re: Salty water.

Post by Guest » Mon Apr 11, 2005 7:47 pm

Hardi wrote:
simplyblessedwithlove wrote:It's because most bacteria don't like salty or acidic environment.
and it suck bacteria and other bad things out.
You still have to go to the dentist, though. :lol:

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Post by Hardi » Mon Apr 11, 2005 9:11 pm

Yes.. at least, if you don't want lost your tooth in your young age.

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sorry..sorry...

Post by Ordina_Lavender » Tue Apr 12, 2005 6:52 am

Hi
I've made a mistake.Actually I want to say gurgle not google..wrong spelling.. :oops: :oops:
Anyway it can kill all the bacteria..
We also can chew the cloves..but I don't like to do that..
It has mints..

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Re: Salty water.

Post by Chet Baker » Tue Jun 07, 2005 2:44 am

Ordina_Lavender wrote:My mother tells me to google with salty water to relieve the pain.
I have tried it and it worked.

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Re: Salty water.

Post by Shazzam » Mon Jun 13, 2005 5:47 am

That actually does work as it is a natural anti-bacterial solution. But the most important thing is to see a DENTIST quick smart to remove the problem that is causing the bacteria. You can actually become very ill if the bacteria gets into your system.

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Post by Elba » Sat Jun 18, 2005 10:59 pm

Friends,

Cloves are perfect, but they are better if you put in a little bottle with some rum.
I mean you should put into the bottle the cloves and rum, close it an let in any fresh place for more than 15 days. after that you could use it. It is a recipe of my grandmother. When you need it urgently -in the middle of the night- you would get worried and get hungry because you don´t have cloves.

Simplblessed... People should brush the teeths three times in the day. One timpe after brackfast, lunch and dinner. I used to do it another two time more. When I get up and after I go out of the swimming pool, after that I take breackfast and after breakfast I brush my teeths again.

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Post by MissLT » Sun Jun 19, 2005 12:18 am

Elba wrote: Simplblessed... People should brush the teeths three times in the day. One timpe after brackfast, lunch and dinner. I used to do it another two time more. When I get up and after I go out of the swimming pool, after that I take breackfast and after breakfast I brush my teeths again.
This is too much brushing. I can't keep up of how many times I'm supposed to brush beside two times a day. If I do more than two times, good for me. But if I don't have time for it then it's no biggie. I don't talk when I'm brushing my teeth and I prefer to talk all the time. Well, except when I'm eating sleeping, reading, doing my personal errands, etc. Hmmm... come to think of it, I don't talk that much :lol: .

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Post by juhainah » Sun Jul 24, 2005 4:48 pm

To gurgle salty water is a good temporal solution as you should go to the dentist sooner or later to avoid the same pain

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Re: what to do if you have toothache?

Post by maleeka » Mon Dec 26, 2005 3:06 pm

personally sometimes when I have a toothache and I can't go to the dentist at that time, especially by night, I put some grains of salt in the tooth at the beginning it's very unbearable but after a while the pains goes, u can also put garlic , it's working !!!! but I suggest that you go and see a doctor and full ur tooth , in this case u will nomore suffer!!!

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Re: Salty water.

Post by ANDYTAN » Mon Mar 13, 2006 4:01 am

Shazzam wrote:That actually does work as it is a natural anti-bacterial solution. But the most important thing is to see a DENTIST quick smart to remove the problem that is causing the bacteria. You can actually become very ill if the bacteria gets into your system.
yes .....I THINK SO YOUR Idea...due to I have it before...begin I ignore ti when it gets into my system ...so it's to late to solve when i see a doctor....at last MY TOOTH LOST.....SO....I want to say you must to see a doctor if you have it ..

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Post by TearHere » Tue May 23, 2006 8:37 am

this one's kinda weird.. but what my friend did was, he got a cotton bud dipped it in perfume, put it in his tooth.. :? :? i've never tried this coz i find it weird, i asked him if it was effective, he said it was, but a temporary remedy.. and i don't know and i don't think it's dentist recommended(but then i could be wrong..just maybe.. :? ).. he's the weirdest man i've ever known.. :?

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Post by metaltoy » Thu May 25, 2006 3:27 pm

I think having a medicine for headache also works on toothache. Please check the usage of your headache cure.
But the best is to go and see a dentist . No one can fix your toothache except for the dentist.
If you don't feel any toothache, that means your tooth die.

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Post by Hardi » Fri May 26, 2006 12:58 pm

If U go to dentist, then only good dentist of course. The reason why I had that time so horrible toothache, was that I used a bad dentist before.

If there is simple a hole in tooth, it doesn't make so much ache because pus can find way out. and there is no pressure to nerve. But if a dentist close that hole without cure it before well, Then your hate will be back... At least after 2-3 month it's back.. For me it did first not much pain, I tough maybe it will go away, but after while, maybe year I got so horrible pain. Worst is that, it started on weekend, when dentists are not work. So I had 2 night not to sleep.. and eat aspirin, Aspirin helped well, but it's not good to eat them so much, especially on night to empty stomach.

Anyway I think my tooth are now well.. So far have got something 5 dead tooth, and one tooth cutted out a long time ago..

PS. actually I believe estonian dentists are usually good as elsewhere in europe, it's just that peoples are not so rich. Lot of estonian medicine personal have escape to sweden or finland to have better salary....

And my brother had once 2weeks to suffer of toothate because he had no money for dentist. he inject painkiller him self and went to work. He told that painkiller helped well for pain, but it also made dumb.... which was especially bad for driving car.

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Post by metaltoy » Sun May 28, 2006 4:25 pm

I sometimes chew on ice when I have toothache.
Actually, I didn't like any dentists since I was scared of them. When I was a boy ,I felt toothache treatment was sorer than toothache. Maybe the dentist was awful.
I like my dentist now even though his clinic is far from our apartment.

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Post by Hardi » Wed May 31, 2006 8:08 pm

Some weird folk things that I have heard..

Find a spruce(maybe other trees are good too) from forrest that have been hitted by light and make a toothpick from wood of that tree.. and dig your tooth with that.

This one I don't remember well. There was needed a rusted nail which was needed to make glowing hot, then dip into honey and tuck into your tooth hole. Maybe there was something more, but those 3 was surely.

This I have heard that really helped, but never try my self. It's but a piece of clove into tooth hole.

PS. I surely don't recommend anyone to try these, especially the second one.

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Post by Dixie » Wed May 31, 2006 8:29 pm

LennyeTran wrote:
Elba wrote: Simplblessed... People should brush the teeths three times in the day. One timpe after brackfast, lunch and dinner. I used to do it another two time more. When I get up and after I go out of the swimming pool, after that I take breackfast and after breakfast I brush my teeths again.
This is too much brushing. I can't keep up of how many times I'm supposed to brush beside two times a day. If I do more than two times, good for me. But if I don't have time for it then it's no biggie. I don't talk when I'm brushing my teeth and I prefer to talk all the time. Well, except when I'm eating sleeping, reading, doing my personal errands, etc. Hmmm... come to think of it, I don't talk that much :lol: .
Too much brushing? Just one brush after each meal. I don't think it's too much, I think it's necessary :?

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Post by zaman » Mon Sep 04, 2006 4:27 pm

I put grain of carnations between my teeth

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Post by fly`n`high » Tue Oct 17, 2006 12:09 pm

How do you think, is it real that if I would brush my teeth more than 3-4 times per day then my teeth will getting thinner or will lose the teeth-enamel?
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Re: what to do if you have toothache?

Post by MooNboy » Tue Nov 14, 2006 1:31 pm

Hardi wrote:My experiences shows that holding cold water in mouth helps very well... What your sugestions?.. Nedle with hot and rusted nail? or shoot with gun? :twisted:
Take alcohol! :lol:

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Post by sak » Sat Jan 06, 2007 1:05 pm

Hardi wrote:simplyblessedwithlove I'm disappointed of you. No some vietnamese voodoo.. not but a dead hand into your mouth or something like that.
???????
I'm Vietnamese but i have never heard about this method

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Post by Hardi » Sat Jan 06, 2007 1:58 pm

I was kidding with that girl. :lol:

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Re: what to do if you have toothache?

Post by sweethuman » Sun Jun 12, 2011 5:00 am

Simply gurgle salty water, it works

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