What is good for toothache tylenol, ibroprphen,excedrin..etc.?

Answer CHEW an Aspirin (I know, it's bitter) on the affected tooth. Also, soak a cotton ball or napkin with whiskey or brandy and bite on it, it will numb the tooth, but you're gonna get a buzz from it too!

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Question for women. toothache or child birth I was to;d today that toothache is worse. What do you think?

I would imagine if both were drug free that toothache would be worse. I have had six children, the first boy (9lb 30z) was excrutiatingly painful even though i had everything i could including an e... Read More »

What is a good medicine for a toothache?

On One Hand: Over-The-Counter RemediesAcetaminophen and ibuprofen are good medicines for toothache pain according to the University of Michigan Health System. Ibuprofen is an anti-inflammatory drug... Read More »

What is causing my toothache because it's not a toothache?

Clenching your jaw could cause pain in your teeth as could infection in the maxillary sinusesThe ear, nose and throat are so interconnected that you can get referred pain in many places.As your den... Read More »

What are good ways to get rid of toothache pain?

amy had some good advice.. dont rub the tylenol on your gums and tooth (that does not work)... see if anyone you know can sell you a few pain pills till you can get to the dentist..