Let’s talk about the main reasons your tooth might hurt when sleeping or laying down to go to bed at night – including sinus pressure, tooth infections, and teeth grinding.
Do your teeth hurt at night? Are you completely fine during the daytime, but then suddenly feel tooth pain lying down when you go to bed? You don’t necessarily need to learn how to sleep with a toothache. The important thing is to figure out what’s causing it so that you know how to stop tooth pain fast. Since tooth pain can come from many different sources, toothache home remedies can buy you time until you’re able to get into the dentist’s office. Knowing what to look for—and what to try—can get you back to enjoying a comfortable night’s rest again.
Some of the best toothache home remedies will help you get to sleep again ASAP. Here are some important things to try to get you through the night, before you can see your dentist the next day:
Take over-the-counter pain medication as prescribed. For best results, use an anti-inflammatory NSAID, like ibuprofen (Motrin.) Prop your head up with a couple of extra pillows, or sleep in a recliner to keep your head elevated. Make a cold compress to place against the side of your mouth that hurts. If you have sinus pressure or a sinus infection, take a decongestant. Use one of several dentist-approved toothache remedies such as saltwater rinses, clove oil, or placing a teabag against the side of your gums. Depending on what you have on hand, you can try two or three different options to see which one helps best.
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***This video does not provide medical advice and is intended for informational purposes only. Always seek the advice of your dentist or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical or dental condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard or seen on social media.***
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