Wondering how to help with wisdom teeth pain? Book a routine appointment with Bluewater Dentist and your toothache is relieved and managed. We understand how horrible sore wisdom teeth can be! As we mentioned in our last post, our dentists are experienced when it comes to treating a whole range dental problems. So, whether you or a relative is having trouble with tooth ache, our dental team is here to help.
How to Help with Wisdom Teeth Pain – Advice from Bluewater Dentist
Salt water is a natural disinfectant and so can be used to treat wisdom toothache. Pain from wisdom teeth is often caused by a build up of bacteria in broken gums. To treat the area, rinsing with a salt water solution may be effective – it will reduce infection and so, pain. Just dissolve salt in recently boiled water and when cool, swirl around your mouth for several minutes.
Another way of treating your sore wisdom tooth is by applying numbing gel to the area. Though only a temporary solution for toothache, numbing gel will dull the pain to make it bearable; a good option if you’re looking for a quick solution to get you through the day or night! If the pain is completely unbearable and is distracting you from going about your daily life, we recommend that you book an emergency appointment with Bluewater!
Of course, our final recommendation to help to relieve wisdom tooth pain is to take ibuprofen. The over-the-counter pain killer will help ease the throbbing feeling and help you while on-the-go. Especially helpful if the pain is brought on out of nowhere! As already mentioned, this is only a quick fix to help you get through the pain, if your wisdom tooth is sore for a long period of time, you must book a dental appointment!
Whether you’re looking for a Renfrew, Kilmacolm or Beith dentist, Bluewater is conveniently located on the Lochwinnoch High St. You can reach us easily!
If you’re facing unbearable toothache, don’t ignore it. Get in touch with a Bluewater dentist, today.