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Tooth Infection and Tooth Abscess Remedies

Last Modified on Sep 03, 2014


Ozone   0  0   

Posted by CeeCee (San Diego, CA) on 05/06/2009

[SIDE EFFECTS]  calcified tooth root abcess:

Having never heard of oil pulling, I tried a very expensive alternative method to try and save an upper molar which had a calcified root that was infected and could not successfully be root canaled. The gum was sore and spongy. I signed many release forms before taking injections of ozone in the gums around the tooth. This was preceeded by ozone gas in the mouth, ears and nose and followed by vitamin injections. Six treatments a week apart was recommended. It was painful and painful to pay for-$500 per treatment, but the gum was no longer spongy and painful by the end of the treatment. It was recommended to retreat in six months or so. Unfortunately the ozone dried my saliva glands horribly. And after three plus months there is no improvement in my saliva glands, leaving me with horrible dry mouth.

Now I feel twinges of mild pain in that tooth area as well. I am trying the oil pulling as we speak and we see what happens.

Has anyone else tried similar ozone treatments or does anyone have natural remedies for dry mouth. Thank you. CeeCee

EC: Our dry mouth remedies page is here: www.earthclinic.com/cures/dry-mouth.html

Peppermint Oil   1  0   

Posted by Crystal (Burlington, Nc, Usa) on 06/23/2012

[YEA]  After nearly 3-4 days of no relief from my tooth pain and swelling (I am sure I had an infection as my cheek was swollen and gums throbbing), I looked online for home remedies until my dentist appointment. I read on this site about many remedies such as apple cider vinegar in water, garlic, tea bags, etc for use with tooth pain. I tried them all and with very little relief. After reading one comment about the use of Pure Vanilla Extract (supposedly the alcohol content in it helped?) I went into my kitchen and then saw that I had Peppermint Oil. I remember reading how crushed peppermint worked for someone, so I decided to try the Peppermint Oil. The vanilla only had 35% alcohol, but the Peppermint Oil had 89%. I dabbed some on with my finger and I was amazed. I was finally able to sleep pain free. The throbbing stopped. And as a bonus I had fresh breath (minus the garlic from trying previously during the first day). I continued the use of Peppermint Oil whenever I felt pain, and it seemed to last for a good while. Just turn the bottle upside down with your fingertip on it, just to get a little on there, then dab your gum around your pain. It works wonders! I'm surprised I've seen no mention of it.

Pyrogenium (Homeopathic Remedy)   1  0   

Posted by Nmx (Mn) on 11/29/2013

[YEA]  Homeopathy to the rescue again...... I have suffered with weak dental roots for years and have paid dearly for it.... and often found that the antibiotics the doctors used to help one tooth would harm another tooth... But after years of forking over hundreds of dollars for a root canal.... I finally found a miracle cure which dentists won't want you to know about... I haven't needed a root canal since. A few years back, after having to have a surgical root canal - because the dentist had broken off a tool in my root when he performed the initial root canal... I developed an infection after the surgery... my Dr. gave me Doxycycline for the infection... it stripped my digestive tract and turned it into "acid city"... Doxy was horrible and made me very acidic for the first time in my life. After a few days it still wasn't getting rid of the infection... I looked thru a book on "Dental Homeopathy" and found a little known remedy for tooth infections... Pyrogenium (9-12x or c)... Within one day the infection was gone. Now if I ever feel any twinging in a tooth that might mean I have an infection in my tooth... I immediately take Pyrogenium and the pain goes away... I've avoided a few expensive root canals thanks to Pyrogen.... Pass it on...

To show you how bad it is... my regular dentist sent me to an endodontist because he saw an irregularity in my root (this was many years ago)... the "expert endodontist" said I needed a root canal... He charged me $800 for it... When I went back to my regular dentist...he said there was still a problem... so I went back to endodontist... he proclaimed that it actually was a cracked root, not an infected tooth and the moron actually was going to make me pay him again to do a root canal.... I've pretty much given up on dentists and find my own cures... For $7.00 you can heal your roots not destroy them with a root canal... Also Calc Fluor is another homeopathy that claims to rebuild teeth... so you may not even need fillings... I haven't had a chance to try this but you might want to.

Posted by Om
Hope, Bc, Canada
11/29/2013
9 Posts
Well, A BIG thank you for your post. It is just the answer to my research on treating teeth without dentist. I found the link paradise now and it changed things for me in a big way. It has loads of information.

When I visited a dentist this year I had informed myself enough not to fall for fluoride poison and mercury offers. I said thank you and left.

I had no plaque to speak of due to oil pulling for almost two years now. A loose tooth is much firmer now in its socket and a sudden bout of tooth ache was treated with celtic salt, gone in hours. My gums are way better. The homeopathic remedy you mentioned is certainly going to be incorporated in my self treatment. I had a cavity at the gum line on one of my front teeth. After a few months of swishing and using Dr. Bronner's liquid kastile soap to clean my teeth this cavity is disappearing. To begin with I had my doubts but I know one has to give the body the message of Yes, it will work. I am a senior and will not go the usual route and have them all yanked out. Not to speak of the enormous sums to be surrendered.

I find the present system of medicine barbaric including dental procedures. In my opinion it is all based on business without ethics.

Recently three seniors paid me a visit and stood there with big smiles - all dentures were pink and white and identical. I looked in amazement. This is not going to happen to me. So I got to work and it looks good. One thing to take into consideration is the fact that when a tooth is out the facial features will change detrimentally. I do swishing twice daily with sesame oil and one other substance. So my breath is sweet and my mouth looks better. Thank you for the valuable info. Namaste Om

Raw Tomatoes and Cheese   1  0   

Posted by Robert (Martinez, Calif.) on 06/24/2008

[YEA]  If accessible, use water pik to irrigate the area infected & you may include peroxide or salt in the irrigation water be sure to rinse the water pik after by sending clean water thru it after the tooth irrigation is ended. you can get creative & use baking soda ,or vinegar, or iodine, etc.

Now here is something that worked for me: eat up to 12 tomatoes raw only & if you can find raw cheese, unsalted for pain this works great. I got up to 7 tomatoes & the abscess burst! I had a tuff time to find unsalted cheese so I bought it at least raw anyway. The main thing is the tomatoe. My abscess has not returned in 2 years. have fun.. bob

Red Clover Tea   1  0   

Posted by Noelle (Minneapolis, Minnesota, Usa) on 08/26/2009

[YEA]  Tooth Abcess

Try Red Clover tea. One teaspoon of Red Clover in a strainer or infuser, pour boiling water over it in a cup to cover, steep at least 7 minutes. One cup twice a day; after the pain dies down take one cup once a day. This one is very effective. I held off the pain of an abcessed tooth for 5 months with just Red Clover. When it was finally pulled the tooth turned out to be the biggest honkin' double abcess I'd ever seen and the surgeon was pretty impressed, too. I would have kept the tooth and mounted it, but it's illegal to give that to the patient in the state of Minnesota. When I had the tooth pulled, I used no antibiotics, just 12 garlic capsules and 3 dropperfuls of Olive Leaf per day. Look ma, no infection!

Remedies Needed   0  0   

Posted by Cindy (Usa) on 08/04/2014

Help sought from bill/ted: Unless I am missing it under some other heading I don't see any information on tooth root resorption. Today my daughter (34) went to the dentist with very swollen lower jaw. It started over the weekend and kept getting more and more swollen and painful. Dentist suspect abscess and sent her to a specialist. Xrays really don't show an abscess but called it resorption.

The suggested treatment is extraction of the tooth and root canal done on the one in back of the infected one as it has the same thing going on tho, not as severe. So she will need a bridge. well, no dental insurance. She has always done regular dental appointments, good dental hygiene etc. When she was early teens, she had surgeries done on her jaws for straightening her teeth/braces etc. She has had pins in her jaw since then. Dentist had no answer as to possible cause or prevention of teeth being affected with more root resorption. Please any help or information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for now

Posted by Cindy
Usa
08/06/2014
Please, could ted or bill offer any information as to cause/treatment for tooth root resorption? thank you sincerely

Posted by Andrea C (Cardiff, Wales) on 01/26/2013

as any 1 got infection in their teeth??? it will cause avoc with everything in your body xxxxxxxxx I am gonna have a few teeth pulledout xxxxxxxxxxxxxx I would rathet look like a 'GUMMY BEAR" Than suffer this chroic pain, and unable to live a "NORMAL LIFE????" Best wishes to you and your Family

Posted by Gregg
Seattle, Usa
05/19/2014
Dental problems can cause problems, aggravating, inflaming nerve problems throughout body. Take care of your teeth!!!
Posted by Dave
Fountain Inn, Sc
05/20/2014
4 Posts
Hello Greg from Seattle,

About tooth issues causing other problems in the body;

I had an interesting confirmation of that just recently. I'd had a tooth (never any previous filling) fracture and half the tooth eventually broke off, the dentist literally pulling the half tooth out. It had to have a crown. For weeks I waited for the crown to arrive while using a temporary in the mean time. Four or five weeks later, while still waiting for the crown I developed a strange acing soreness in my jaw, on the same side as the extracted tooth. It took me fully ten days to think, "I wonder if the jaw ache is related to the tooth issue?" It felt as if my jaw was out of place but I had no injury at all to it to produce such a sensation. So after considering the possibility of an infection, I started holding in my mouth for a full minute each day, twice a day, Colloidal Silver...especially on the side with the temporary tooth. Well, in just a day, I noticed the jaw was better. Not cured but better. Every day I'd hold the CS in my mouth for a minute and the jaw problem was improved. After a week it was still not cured but a lot better.

Then finally my new crown arrived. The dentist removed the temporary and while busy preparing the permanent one for insertion, I took another mouthful of CS in my mouth on the exposed tooth site. Held for as long as I could .... a full two or three minutes. Then the permanent crown was placed. In just a day I realized my jaw soreness was GONE. The jaw, now two weeks later, is normal with only a slight sensation that something had been wrong.

Coincidence? Maybe. But I'll always be convinced that the exposed tooth allowed a virus into my jaw. And from now on, I'll always insist on having a swish of CS if serious dental work is done ... sometime before permanent placement of new fillings take place. After all, the hygienist is always having you swish out your mouth in the process...why not "swish" with some CS?

Salt Rinse, Clove Oil, Garlic, or Hydrogen Peroxide   1  0   

Posted by Ken (Detroit, Michigan) on 01/04/2009

[YEA]  I right now have a wisdom tooth ( lower ) that is now infected. I don't have any dental insurance so I have to resort to my knowledge of self-treatment with what I know to work naturally and well. I was in TERRIBLE pain, couldn't eat, couldn't sleep. I attacked the pain and the infection that had by now moved into my lower jaw area and starting to swell with multiple herbs. Every 30 or 40 minutes or so I used either a salt rinse, clove oil applied directly to the infected area, garlic applied to the infected area or a mouth rinse with 3% hydrogen peroxide. I did this for about 4 or 5 hours starting at about 7:00p.m. After about an hour or 2, the infected area started to feel better. About an hour before going to bed, I had chicken soup with chopped garlic bits added. Right before bed , I made a hydrogen peroxide/distilled water solution to drink down. I used 35% food grade ( you shouldn't use 3% from drug store, that's for rinsing your mouth ). Normal preparation is 10 drops peroxide to distilled water ( you have to use distilled water!! ). I used 25 drops because I was fighting an infection.

Do not have anything in your stomach when using food grade peroxide/distilled water. Don't eat from 1 to 3 hours before or after using peroxide/water solution. After doing all of this, I felt much better. The swelling was down and the pain was virtually gone. I kept the routine up for another 5 or so days to make sure that the infection was gone. Hope this helps everybody!!

Sea Salt and Ice Packs   1  0   

Posted by Lisa (Ft Washington, MD) on 01/31/2007

[YEA]  For my tooth abscess, I swished with sea salt and warm water which drew out the infection. Then I used an ice pack this helped with the swelling and kept the infection from spreading. Ice pack 5 min. on 5 min. off. This keeps the infection from spreading into your jaw and cheek further. My dentist said I did the right thing until I could see him. My tooth looked perfectly fine, nice and white and the x-ray showed nothing wrong, but obviously there was an infection. I am taking a prescription by Green Stone antibiotic for a bacterial infection due to tooth abscess and the swelling is down. I am still using the ice pack, also

Sesame Oil, Clove Oil, Charcoal   1  0   

Posted by Tamara (Upland, CA) on 01/25/2009

[YEA]  I had an infection in my gums and it caused extreme pain and i couldn't sleep. I made a paste of sesame oil, clove oil, and activated charcoal. I placed the paste in a small piece of cheesecloth and placed it in my mouth next to the infected gum. I slept with it overnight. The next morning, the infection was gone!!! So Amazing. No more waiting to get into the dentist for an appointment or prescription meds. Activated Charcoal also works great if you are planning on drinking alcohol. I take one capsule for every drink consumed and have no hangover in the morning. Amazing stuff!!

Tea Bag   6  0   

Posted by Genxmum (Usa) on 03/22/2014

[YEA]  I was in horrible pain. Molar and gum inflamed and swollen. I tried several other remedies mentioned but none of them worked. I read that a tea bag might help so used a warm wet black tea bag against the gum under that tooth. Right away it started feeling better. Used the tea bags about 3-4 times a day for at least 30 minutes but tried to keep it in longer. It reduced the pain & swelling till it was gone over a few days. In no way should this replace a dentist visit but if it's middle of the night and you're in tooth pain this just might help remove the pain until you can see the dentist.

Posted by Theresed (New York City, Ny ) on 09/06/2013

[YEA]  I had a pretty nasty abscess in my gums right above a bridge I've had for a couple of years. It started off as a hard lump above the bridge and after 3 days the left side of my check was swollen, my ears and head hurt and I had a black left eye. I wasn't able to get to the dentist so I came to this site which has helped me before. Yesterday I placed a Chai Vanilla (for taste reasons only) teabag (dry) in my mouth at an hour at a time for 3 hours total. Around 10pm I placed another teabag in my mouth took some melatonin in the hopes of falling asleep. An hour later the abscess ruptured and some yellow, foul smelling pus along with lots of blood came out. I can't even tell you the immediate relief that I felt. It's now the next afternoon; I have no toothache, headache or ear ache. The swelling is pretty much gone. The side of my gum aches but not terribly. I plan to place another dry teabag in my mouth to make sure I've gotten all of the pus out. This really really works.

Posted by Haunya Raup
Williamsport Pa
12/27/2013
Thanks for the tip. I am having thr same issue but was using a heated tea bag and it isn't working.

Posted by Dan (Birmingham, UK) on 12/28/2008

[YEA]  I will only post what I know to be fact (from practice not theory). I am posting about this only an hour after actually doing it. I read on another site that a regular tea-bag would "draw out the infection", I thought this was a bit vague and probably rubbish ... however pain will compel us to try almost anything right? After reading that "a build up of pressure will gradually increase pain and eventually lead to the puss taking the route of least resistance either into the mouth or into the jaw bone" ... that really worried me.

I soaked a regular tea-bag in cold water and gently held it in a bite against my molar for about 30mins ... this wasnt pleasant as it tastes bad and if juices from the tea-bag are swallowed it makes you gag. I persevered "just in case" this was going to help me. about 5 mins after removing the tea-bag (actually, I was giving up on the idea) .. sure enough I tasted blood and saw that the fluid under my tooth had found a way into my mouth and I was able to wash it away (there was alot of this foul fluid). I still have some pain as I type this, and I know I still have an infection and will still need dental treatment ... but I'm not worried about damage to my jaw bone now.

I don't know about "drawing the infection" (implying that this will CURE infection) but this method certainly drew out puss and blood from beneath my tooth, relieving pressure and reducing the pain considerably.

Posted by Deana (Bloomington, Indiana) on 07/15/2008

[YEA]  For Very Bad Abcess Swollen up into the Eye and into the Ear and neck:

I used a lightly damp Regular Large Sized Tea Bag, The Tea Draws the Infection down to one area where it can release & pop open, into the tea bag not into your mouth, After it pops open, A rinse of Peroxide. Do not swallow. Then Water rinse & you can use a typical mouthwash to finish off... In less than 24 hours I went from swollen, Filled w/ pain, not able to talk much or eat! To I'm enjoying my moring coffee & breakfast and able to go on with my regular activities! I have had to use this several times for financial reasons & it works every time! My neighbor is thankful for trying it too..

Posted by Susan (Missoula, Montana) on 03/03/2008

[YEA]  My sure-fire natural remedy for tooth abcess is tea-bag. I am a low income person with no health insurance so I have become very inventive and creative. Last problem I had with abcess was to dip a herbal tea bag in distilled water...squeeze gently, snip off staple and string...wedge between affected tooth and gum....go to sleep..wake up and toxins are absorbed in bag...my infection was cleared the first time!


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