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Question:

Dental Pain, what medication will help?

Dear Ask The Doctor:
Sir my mother suffering to Dental Pain . So I request you to which medicine eat in these dieses


Answer:

Most cases of dental pain are due to cavity, a cracked or fractured tooth, an exposed tooth root or gum disease. The management of each one is different. I would advice that your mother see her dentist for further management. In the meantime she can relieve the toothache with over the counter pain medications such as advil or motrin. I hope this helps, take care.



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