I have great compassion to all the people who have endured
Dental pain after a bad experience at the dentist. Enduring dental pain after a negative experience at the dentist can be a difficult and anxiety-provoking experience. Over the years, I have struggled with ongoing dental issues and have had numerous root canals, extractions, and even dry sockets. In this article, I want to share with you some amazing tools that have helped me manage my dental pain and anxiety. These tools are safe, effective, and you may not have heard of most of them before. Read on to discover how you can find relief from dental pain and anxiety.
First Method: pH Balanced Structured Silver
I will start off with the game changer for getting to the root of the pain. Getting to root of the pain is what our body needs. I am not saying we should abuse our body by eating whatever and not visiting your dentist. I am talking to those who need relief from infection until they can get the tooth either extracted, or whatever method you and your dentist agree on.
Thing started to really change once I started taking pH balanced structured silver by Ameo Life. This stuff just amazes me how fast actual infections have gone away. I have tried all of the over-the-counter stuff like ibuprofen, and Origel that might take the edge off, but nothing works like these three. The first and most important product to get rid of the infection is pH balanced Structured Silver. This product is 100% natural with no side effects and will cleanse the mouth of any bad bacteria that is causing the pain. Simply take about 1 tablespoon and swish it around your mouth for at least 2 minutes so the silver can cleanse the mouth of the bad bacteria, and then swallow the solution. I will talk more about this one later, since there is a lot I can say about Structured Silver, but on with the other two.
The second method: Clove Oil
The purpose for this method is for more immediate pain relief. Clove oil has long been used as a natural pain reliever due to its high concentration of eugenol, a natural anesthetic and anti-inflammatory agent. Keep in mind that clove oil is super strong so just a couple drops at first until you get used to it. To apply it you can put some on a piece of floss if the pain is coming from an infection that is between the teeth, or simply brush around the infected area. However, while these oils may offer temporary pain management, they don’t address the root cause of the issue – an infection. To use clove oil for tooth pain relief, it is essential to select a product that is made from organic whole cloves and does not contain any additives or synthetic ingredients. A good option is a brand that is steam distilled, as this method preserves the natural compounds in cloves, including eugenol, which has pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also advisable to choose a “food grade” clove oil, which can be taken orally as long as the recommended dosage is followed. To apply the clove oil safely and effectively, dilute a few drops with a carrier oil such as coconut or olive oil and apply it directly to the affected tooth or gum. By following these steps, you can effectively use clove oil to manage tooth pain and improve oral health.
Third Method: Peppermint Oil