- MarkLv 73 weeks ago
Oil of clove, temporarily. But see a dentist.
- Jerry SLv 73 weeks ago
see a dentist......................
- e.boo.r12Lv 74 weeks ago
- Max HooplaLv 74 weeks ago
See your dentist as soon as you can.
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- PearlLv 74 weeks ago
call your dentist, maybe they'll put you on antibiotics
- Ꮥ.ᏃLv 54 weeks ago
See a dentist. There's nothing you can really do to stop the pain. There's numbing gel and pain medication but the problem won't go away. See a dentist.
- 4 weeks ago
NSAID (Aspirin Ibproufen etc) work exceptionally well even in relatively low doses. there are also OTC toothpastes and oral anesthetics you can rub on your gums. but overall, if the pain repetitively comes back you should consult a dentist for treatment. this is especially true if you have strong Cold Sensitivities. alternately, if you're a Masochist and headed to a doctor in The Morning you can also drink lots of Ice Water to reduce Swelling and eventually Numb the area.