Just go for Antibiotics course with pain killer...
I.e. : Cap.Amoxy dicloxa 500mg Twice a day for 3 days...
Tab. DICLO para seratio 500mg Twice a day for 3 days......
Tab. Lactobacillus twice a day for 3 days....
Temporary relief can be brought about by taking a pain killer like tab. combiflam but not to take it more than three times a day at every 8 hr interval. but for permanent relief you have to visit a dentist to ascertain the reason for pain.
Hope this helps
For immediate temporary relief you can use a painkiller like Divon.But you need to visit a dentist ASAP to get the tooth checked and get the appropriate treatment done for long lasting relief.
DR SUMAN MAKAM
There could be many reasons for this kind of pain.. It could be decay leading to pulp exposure, gum pocket etc...u can buy some time by taking over the counter painkillers. But correct diagnosis n accordingly treatment is correct solution... Gulping too much antibiotics can cause resistance n moreover so many dental situations don't require too much of medication only cleaning n removing the cause will suffice n give u relief... So visit the nearest dentist n take correct treatment.
Sir for your problem you need to visit nearby dentist to find out the reason for pain and get the treatment done.. pain can be because of many reasons
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