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Got a toothache? Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is a chemical extracted from hemp plants that doesn’t give you a high and can be used for pain relief. While there have not been many tests or studies done on using CBD oil for oral or dental pain, you can still try using it to see if it works for you. Start by choosing a high-quality CBD oil product for the most effective treatment. After that, apply the oil directly to your tooth or swallow the product to start feeling relief. Just be sure to talk to your doctor before starting CBD and discuss long-term treatment with your dentist!
Ibuprofen  is the recommended drug for tooth nerve pain.
Depending on the origin and cause of the pain, there are different treatments for things like using analgesics, antibiotics, and even changing your dental health habits. In some cases, you might have to take anti-inflammatory drugs for pain management.
With all of the positive things being said about cannabis-derived products in this article, you’d think that it was some sort of wonder drug that can deal with multiple conditions like periodontitis and toothaches. However, there are some risks and side effects that you need to look out for.
Pain-relieving drugs and substances can help stop tooth pain.
Final thought – Can CBD help?
Dental Pulpitis or more commonly known as toothache is caused by an infection that affects your tooth’s pulp which contains blood vessels and nerves. Additionally, dental pulpitis can also be caused by inflammation either thermal changes and chemical substances.
Dr. Benjamin Hornstein a dentistry practitioner in Beachwood and author at The Center for Advanced Dentistry  has written content about how CBD oil has numerous health benefits that also particularly target one’s oral health especially the teeth when it comes to toothache.
CBD is known to help reduce anxiety  and it has shown to have potential in treating anxiety disorders as well. In the case of your toothache, you are less likely to get sick from tooth infection since your immune system is much stronger.
Ways to Treat Tooth Pain
As mentioned above, some methods for dealing with tooth pain might require you to take anti-inflammatory medicine as well as for helping you deal with pain relief. Fortunately for you, cannabidiol has the properties of both pain relief and reducing inflammation.
CBD for tooth pain isn’t an alien or crazy idea as a lot of people and even dentists see the benefits of cannabis-derived products. Unlike medical marijuana, CBD is more commonly accepted by people and you’ll find products like toothpaste, mouthwashes, and many more. Overall, CBD products can help with toothaches however it’s still wise to consult a dentist first to prevent complications.