Dry Socket is characterized by pain that begins
to skyrocket 2 to 4 days after you had a tooth extraction. Anything before that is a sign
of just regular pain. If you can’t get in to see your dentist you
can go get clove oil contains eugenol which will relieve your dry socket pain. Which is
treatment dentists use to sedate your dry socket pain. Go to the store and get clove
oil, apply it to a cotton ball and lightly bite down on it.
You can also take Ibuprofen which helps control the pain also in reduces the inflamation that
causes the pain. Now dentists prescribe 600 to 800 milligrams of Ibuprofen to help get
rid of your pain, however, you should take whatever the bottle indicates. Some people
find it soothing to take crushed ice water and let it sit at the back of the mouth to
relieve the pain. Instead of lying down you might want to sleep
with your head propped up as lying down increases blood flow and throbbing.
You can also go to the store and buy anbesol or orajel as they are topical anesthetics
and you can gently place it on the area to sooth your pain.
Some people have reported biting down on a tea bag actually gives them relief from their
pain. Tea bags contain tannic acid which helps stop bleeding as well.
If you get dry socket treatment everything is going to turn out fine, meaning it is going
to heal just the same. Its just a matter of controlling the pain while it settles.
You should always get in to see your dentist for any tooth related pain but hopefully these
will get you some temporary relief. Also remember to like, comment, and subscribe.