Is rinsing any kind of Listerine, like cool mint, can help reduce my toothache?
- MathLv 75 months ago
There are many causes of toothache. It may not necessarily be cavity. It could be sensitive teeth or excessive night grinding of teeth -- nightguard would help. Again there are many causes.
Only a dentist can find true cause.
Some ibuprofen or Tylenol may help. Mouthwash is unlikely to help.
- MarkLv 75 months ago
Nope. Try oil of clove.
- k wLv 75 months ago
not really, I used liquid cloves, with just a toothpick, don't go overboard [ earthclinic dot com ] has many remedies for this as well
- RobinLv 75 months ago
no only the blocking of the holes with stop it. If there is no decay then use sensodine toothpaste
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- TavyLv 75 months ago
No, mouthwash cannot enter the enamel of a tooth,
- Anonymous5 months ago
I've never heard of that helping, if it is an infection gargling with brine every 4 hours may help.
The only other way I know of other than visiting the dentist is brandy or whisky. Soak a small piece of clothl with the alcohol and wrap it around the affected tooth or again gargle with the booze, numb the affected area.
- LiarLv 75 months ago
No, not at all.