Simple Home Remedy To Treat Wisdom Tooth Pain

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If you have ever suffered from tooth pain, you would surely know how bad it can be, right? Well, did you know that there is a simple home remedy that can treat wisdom tooth pain?

The wisdom tooth is the posterior most of the molars found in the teeth set of a human. There are 2 sets of wisdom teeth, that is 4 teeth in total.

home remedy for wisdom tooth pain

Now, as we know, tooth pain can be caused by a number of reasons like tooth decay, gum diseases, weakened tooth, loss of tooth enamel, bacterial infections, injuries, etc.

When it comes to the wisdom teeth, there is another reason that may lead to pain, which is the growth of these 4 teeth itself!

Normally, our milk teeth develop when we are just toddlers and after they fall off, the adult set of teeth develops before we enter our teenage.

However, in most people, the wisdom tooth can develop in their late teens or even during their early and mid 20's!

So, due to the lack of space for their growth, it causes a lot of pain, while coming out of the gums and extractions may be required.

So, here is a simple home remedy that can help reduce wisdom tooth pain naturally!

home remedy for wisdom tooth pain

Recipe To Prepare The Remedy

Ingredients Required :

  • Salt - ½ a tablespoon 
  • Pepper Powder - ½ a tablespoon 
  • Clove Oil - ½ a tablespoon

This home remedy for wisdom tooth pain can prove to be very effective, when used on a regular basis; however, if the wisdom tooth pain is persistent, do consult a dentist for extraction.

The mixture of salt, pepper and clove oil has the ability to reduce the swelling in the affected area, as they come with an analgesic property, thus reducing the pain.

Also, this natural remedy for wisdom tooth pain can prevent gum infections around the wisdom tooth, as they have an antibacterial nature.

home remedy for wisdom tooth pain

Method To Prepare And Use The Remedy :

  • Add the suggested amounts of ingredients in a bowl. 
  • Mix the ingredients well to form a paste. 
  • Now, apply the mixture on to the affected area and massage gently for a few minutes. 
  • Rinse your mouth with lukewarm water.
Read more about: teeth, pain, salt, pepper
Story first published: Tuesday, December 13, 2016, 9:30 [IST]
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