|Submit Date:||27 Mar 2007|
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|Country of Remedy:||USA|
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Do be careful of "natural" cures. Infections in your head can kill you a
number of ways. When in doubt, seek mainstream medical intervention.
That said, the pain is there because infection is there, unless all you
have is an exposed nerve from a rotten tooth. I am told that a small
amount of propolis warmed between your fingers and gently inserted into
the hole in the tooth kills the rot. I don't know if that part is true,
but it sure does keep the hole protected from heat, cold, and food. A
bit inconvenient when you have to eat, but it can always be replaced.
Lacking propolis try pure beeswax. It won't kill the infection, but it
will keep air, foreign matter, and temperature extremes on the outside
of the tooth where it belongs.
I did this for a couple of years with one of my molars that had
collapsed. It worked really well, but eventually, when I had the money
to do it, I did get it filled. I forget now whether I still have that
tooth, but I think it's one that is still where it is supposed to be.