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Oral Pain Relievers

When you're suffering from a toothache, a canker sore or another type of oral pain, your entire day can be impacted. You may find it uncomfortable to speak, eat and drink and the discomfort may interfere with your ability to concentrate and rest. Fortunately, there are a number of ways that you can help alleviate oral pain. At CVS, you'll find a diverse assortment of oral pain relief solutions for a wide range of concerns. Explore the selection and have the right product for your needs shipped to your door.

Anesthetic Options

Many oral pain relief products use over-the-counter anesthetics as their key ingredients. These medications work by temporarily blocking nerves in the area of application. As a result, products that contain them may numb painful areas. Keep in mind that anesthetics will numb any area that they touch, making it important that you carefully apply the products.

Considering Forms

Oral anesthetics come in a number of forms. Ointments and gels can be dabbed directly onto the affected area for precise application. Liquids are easy to apply to large and hard-to-reach areas, as they can be brushed directly onto the affected site. Sprays speed up application but are less precise.

Natural Solutions for Oral Pain

If you cannot use topical anesthetics or prefer to take an alternative approach to oral pain relief, there are other products available to meet your needs. Some natural toothache relief products often contain clove oil, which is made from the buds of a plant. Clove oil has been used as a remedy for oral pain for centuries. While many people find it effective, there is not enough evidence to prove that clove oil or any other natural oral pain relief product will work for everyone who uses it.

Important Advice

Oral pain relief products are designed to help alleviate discomfort, not to treat conditions. As a result, it is important that you see a dentist to have any new oral pain properly diagnosed and treated. You can use over-the-counter pain relief products to ease discomfort while you wait to see the dentist and after your appointment. Be sure to consult a medical provider before using any new type of oral pain relief product for the first time. Doing so can reduce your risk of experiencing side effects and complications. Only use oral care products as directed by the instructions on the packaging unless a health care provider or dentist gives you other advice.



 

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