Does eating ice help with tooth pain?

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asked Jul 20 in Dental by Michealhomchick (1,220 points)
Does eating ice help with tooth pain?

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answered Jul 20 by Grauman (7,710 points)
Eating some ice or sucking on some ice can sometimes help a toothache.

If the toothache is not too severe then the ice can help but more severe toothaches the ice may make the toothache worse.

Ice can sometimes make a toothache worse.

But in some cases sucking on a bit of ice for a less severe toothache can help stop the throbbing with the toothache.

More severe toothaches may require a dental cleaning to help stop the infection.

To relieve pressure from a toothache you can try massaging the gums, doing a salt water rinse, gargling with hydrogen peroxide, applying a cold compress, sucking on ice, sucking on peppermint tea bags, sucking on peppermint, sucking on garlic, applying some Vanilla Extract and using Cloves and Guava leaves.

The best way to stop a toothache immediately is to apply some toothache pain relief medicine such as Red Cross Toothache medicine.

If you don't have any of that then you can suck on some ice, suck on a warm tea bag or brush your teeth and keep the toothpaste on your teeth for awhile as it can help numb the toothache.

The best painkiller for a toothache that provides instant relief for a toothache is Red Cross Toothache Pain Relief Medicine.

When applied to the affected tooth the toothache immediately goes away.

You can buy Red Cross Toothache Medicine online or at Walmart.

I keep a few bottles of the Red Cross Toothache medicine available so I always have it and it really does work great.

The best way to numb a toothache is to suck on some ice, suck on a warm tea bag, gargle with warm salt water or apply some Red Cross Tooth pain medication to the toothache.

Red Cross Tooth Pain Medicine will stop tooth pain instantly.

You can also gargle with salt water, mouth wash, hydrogen peroxide etc to help get rid of tooth pain.

Also brushing your teeth and holding the toothpaste and saliva in your mouth and swishing it around in your mouth for a few minutes can help the tooth pain go away.

To stop nerve pain in your tooth you should apply some Orajel or even some toothache relief medicine.

Red Cross Tooth Pain Medicine works great for relieving tooth pain and tooth nerve pain instantly.

You can also stop and reduce tooth nerve pain by using desensitizing toothpaste, brushing with a soft-bristled brush twice a day and rinsing with a fluoride mouthwash once a day.

Massaging your gums can help stop a toothache at least temporarily.

When you massage your gums you also massage the nerves that are causing the pain in the tooth which helps to temporarily stop the nerve pain causing the toothache.

The massaging will not completely stop the toothache but it can help.

Aspirin can stop a toothache whether through taking the aspirins by mouth or crushing an aspirin and applying the crushed aspirin to the tooth that is aching.

Also sucking on a warm teabag can also help stop toothaches.

When you have a toothache you can crush an aspirin such as a baby aspirin or regular aspirin and apply the crushed aspirin to the affected tooth.

The toothache should start going away within a few minutes or so of applying the crushed aspirin to the toothache.

I've done this myself and it does work.

You can also take aspirin by mouth and actually swallow the aspirin and it will start helping relieve the toothache pain within 30 minutes or so and help keep the toothache away.

Sucking on some ice also helps a toothache or applying some baby Orajel to the toothache and even toothache pain relieving medicine.

Washing your mouth out with some mouthwash also helps to get rid of the bacteria and stops the toothache.

If you have a toothache and need relief from that toothache I would highly advise going to Walmart or Walgreens etc if you can and get some toothache medicine called Red Cross Toothache Medication.

That stuff really works wonders at getting rid of a toothache and it only costs around $5.00 and is well worth the cost.

But if you cannot do that then you can try sucking on ice, placing a warm teabag in between your teeth, taking some aspirin or Ibuprofen or other pain relieving medicine.

You can also rinse your mouth out with warm salt water and also gargle with apple cider vinegar and make sure to brush your teeth often as well.

If the toothache continues then you could have a more serious infection that needs dental treatment before it gets worse.

The pain from a toothache usually lasts between 1 to 2 days depending on how severe the toothache is and what is causing the tooth to ache.

You can help get rid of a toothache by sucking on a warm teabag or even sucking on some ice.

Taking some aspirin or Ibuprofen can also help relieve a toothache.

I would also recommend gargling with some apple cider vinegar as the apple cider vinegar can help kill off the germs and bacteria that could be causing your toothache.

You can also buy some toothache medicine which will help much better or even use some Orajel on the toothache.

Hydrogen peroxide is also another way of treating a toothache and it kills germs and bacteria as well.

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