If your child is suffering from a really bad toothache, you should seek the attention of a dental professional as soon as possible. But you can’t always drop what you’re doing and get to a dentist right away.
Here are eight home remedies that can help ease the pain from a toothache.
The following home remedies can help alleviate your child’s toothache:
Soothing the pain from a toothache is only the first step. A toothache is usually a sign of something more serious, such as a cavity or infection, so it is important to take your child to a dentist as soon as possible.
Your nearest Kool Smiles can help your child get the treatment he or she needs at a price you can afford. Kool Smiles accepts most major insurance plans, including Medicaid, TRICARE, and SCHIP.
Call us today to make an appointment.
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