It’s the middle day of a holiday weekend and your tooth is throbbing. It could be a loose filling, a…
Society wants us to look younger longer and we strive mightily to get this done.
Healthy living and a good diet translate to clearer skin, and overall general well-being. You can hit the gym to keep muscles from atrophying and stay in great physical shape. But, unfortunately, there are a few wrinkles, if you’ll pardon the pun, that we cannot reverse in the ongoing aging process. A little nip and tuck will correct those wrinkles and leave the face taut and free of sagging skin. But, one of the telltale signs of aging is the diminished luster and dulling of our pearly whites, which often are telltale signs that we are getting on in years.
Most people have experienced a toothache at one point or other in their lives. A toothache can cause a dull, constant ache that’s hard to live with, or excruciating, pulsating pain that’s impossible to live with. Either way, if you have a toothache right now, it goes without saying that you just want that pain gone. So what do you do about it? If you’re smart, you schedule an appointment with your family dentist. After all, there’s something going on inside your mouth that needs to be examined and treated by a knowledgeable professional. Of course, scheduling that dental visit doesn’t help you at this very moment, does it? Unless you’re running off to the dentist right now, you’re probably going to be experiencing pain for at least another day or two. So, is there anything you can do about that toothache pain right now, at home, that will alleviate your discomfort until you’re sitting in your dentist’s chair? Absolutely.