The top two causes of a tooth pain are cavities and gum disease. The effective choice for how to stop tooth pain depends largely on what's causing it.
How to Stop a Toothache: Cavities
Stopping a toothache caused by a cavity will likely involve a combination of a visit to the dentist and a regular oral care routine. At a dental visit, your dentist will decide if your toothache requires a filling. Whether or not you need a filling, following a regular oral care routine, such as using the Crest Pro-Health Enamel Shield Regimen, is another strategy to help take care of your teeth for a healthy mouth. The Crest Pro-Health Enamel Shield Regimen includes Crest Pro-Health Enamel Shield toothpaste, Crest Pro-Health Enamel Shield Rinse, and the Oral-B CrossAction Pro-Health Toothbrush.
How to Stop Tooth Pain: Gum Disease
Stopping tooth pain caused by gum disease may involve a more complicated dental procedure, such as a root canal, or root scaling and tooth planing. If you have gum surgery, you may find that your teeth are sensitive after the procedure. But that’s no reason to avoid your oral care routine. Crest Pro-Health Sensitive Shield products are gentle on sensitive teeth and gums, but powerful enough to promote oral health and help prevent tooth decay.
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