The best way to cure toothache is to avoid getting it first; in other words, prevention is better than cure. The best way to prevent pain is to prevent any tooth decay by following a good tooth care regime.
First of all, you need to avoid sugary foods to take good care of your teeth and keep toothache at bay. Not only are these especially bad for your teeth, but they are also not particularly healthy anyway.
Next, you need to brush your teeth regularly to remove any food debris remaining on your teeth after meals. It is a good idea to brush your teeth after each meal, and especially before going to bed at night. Brushing the teeth breaks down the plaque and helps prevent tooth decay, leading to toothache.
Before brushing, there are two things that you should do to make sure that your mouth and teeth cleansing is effective. First of all, you should floss your teeth with dental floss or dental tape to clean in between your teeth. It is in between the teeth that bits of food can get lodged, and your brush cannot effectively reach them there. Next, you should rinse your mouth out with a good mouthwash, as this serves to loosen the plaque that gets stuck to teeth and attracts the bacteria, which eventually leads to tooth decay.
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You may give some thought to the type of brush that you use as well. Most toothbrushes nowadays are made from nylon, but a brush that is kinder to your teeth is the one made from pig bristle. This gives your teeth an excellent cleaning without damaging or being too harsh to the enamel. It would be best if you changed your toothbrush every three months, as it loses its effectiveness over time.
Some kinds of toothpaste contain fluoride, and some don’t. Fluoride helps make the enamel of your teeth more reliable and resistant to the cavities that cause toothache.
Develop a proper brushing technique. Brush away from the gums, and be sure to brush firmly, paying attention to both the front teeth (the incisors), the back teeth (the molars), and the ones in between (the pre-molars). Brush both the outer side of the tooth and the inner side. To get the awkward bits in between the teeth, you should use an inter-dental brush. The interdental brush is also useful for understanding the very back of your teeth, the wisdom teeth, where it is sometimes difficult for a conventionally sized and shaped brush to reach. After brushing your teeth, rinse your mouth out thoroughly with water.