My one tooth has been feeling a little sensitive this week. This morning when I brushed it was so painful!
It looks like there is a tiny brown dot right where the gum line is.
A girl at my work said to put a cotton ball in hydrogen peroxide, squeeze it, then place it on the tooth in your mouth and hold it there for a few minutes. It did take the pain away, but will that kill the infection completely? Is it safe to do that? Does anyone have any other home remedies?
The dentist I have to use through my insurance can't see me until the last week in June!!!!
So I am willing to try anything to fix/relieve this til then!
Thank you!!!!!! :D
Answer by CallMeAngie at 6:35 PM on May. 6, 2011
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