Learn to Recognize and Treat Toxic Tooth Infections

This toxic tooth infection is and infection between the tooth and the gum or at the very root of the tooth.

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This infection can be caused by high – sugar, poor dental hygiene, gingivitis and etc. maybe this infection at first time looks very innocently, but if you don’t treat it it can spread to the bone that support the tooth and will cause life – threatening complications. The infected tooth is not enough strong to fight with infection.

Treat Toxic Tooth Infections

Treat Toxic Tooth Infections

The infection of the dental pulp can be caused by several reasons. The most common reason is untreated dental caries and fracture of the tooth. An infected tooth pulp can cause pain, swelling, increased sensitive to hot and cold and pain when chewing.

When you feel some discomfort, pain while you eat, bad breath, difficulty swallowing, swollen lymph, sore and red gums, sharp toothaches, fever, then is time to see your dentist. These are some of the warning signs of abscessed tooth.

In some cases it may be absent symptoms but the infection still exists. Therefore, regular checkups to the dentist are necessary to detect the infection in time and prevent further complications. The visit to your dentist is mandatory, but in the meantime you can try some of these home remedies.

  1. Echinacea

It can help you to relieve from pain and inflammation. You can find it in capsules and tinctures. Echinacea is considered to be a natural antibiotic. You can make it from one Echinacea tea bag or herb left it in warm water. Then you can wash your mouth with this 2-3 times of day.

  1. Chamomile

Chamomile has anti-inflammatory properties to. You can use it like herb or teabag.

Try to drink three or four times from this tea every day. You can also hold your teabag on the affected spot.

  1. Oil pulling

It is the oldest remedy for tooth and mouth. It helps with reduction of toxins and bacteria in the mouth. You will need warm water and 1 tablespoon of extra virgin coconut oil. Swish the oil in the mouth for a 15 minutes. Then wash your mouth with the warm water.

  1. Potato

It is alkaline food and is antiseptic. Add a slice of raw potato on the affected place and leave it for 30 minutes.

  1. Water and salt rinses

In a glass of hot water put a teaspoon of salt and stir. Drink fluid to rinse the area around the tooth or to remove any food residue.

  1. Garlic

Take a clove of garlic, crushed and paste them directly onto the tooth. Garlic has properties of an analgesic and antiseptic, and can help to reduce pain.

  1. Peppermint oil

This will relieve from the pain. Just add 2-4 drops on a cotton swab and apply on the sick place. You can put the oil with your finger to. Do this three or four time per day.

  1. Wet Black tea bag

This will fight with toxins and will absorb pus. Add one tea bag in warm water for a few minutes. Then squeeze it and then apply it on your swollen area. Then wash your mouth.

Place the tea bag until it is hot. This is a popular folk remedy believed that it helps against toothache

  1. Hydrogen Peroxide

Use 3% solution of hydrogen on the affected area. Hydrogen will remove all food residue and will relieve you from the pain. Drink the hydrogen and spit it out.

  1. Turmeric

You can make mixture from 1 tsp of turmeric power and warm water. Then add it on the tooth. Then you must wash it off.

Also you can mix one teaspoon of olive oil, 14 teaspoon of turmeric and then apply it on the tooth and leave it for 15 minutes.

  1. Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has disinfectant properties and is anti-inflammatory to. Apple cider vinegar contains beneficial acid. You will need just one teaspoon from it. Swish it around your mouth.

  1. Oregano oil

Oregano oil numbs affected area. It can kill all bacteria that is founded in the pus. Also it will boost your immunity. Apply 3 drops on the affected area and leave it for 5 minutes.