We are pleased to announce low income individuals can now visit the e-Toothache Remedies website to get natural home toothache remedies that can help relieve their pain and suffering until they can visit the dentist office.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) October 05, 2011
e-Toothache Remedies is excited to announce the official launch of their website. Their website is dedicated to helping low income individuals with a toothache or other dental issues. While it’s common knowledge that a toothache requires professional assistance and service from a dentist it’s not always that easy to afford it. Many low income individuals can’t afford a trip to the dentist and sadly suffer from extreme pain due to their toothache. “We are pleased to announce low income individuals can now visit the e-Toothache Remedies website to get natural home toothache remedies that can help relieve their pain and suffering until they can visit the dentist office,” said Joseph Sterling of e-Toothache Remedies.
A toothache can be a very serious medical issue that requires the attention of a dentist. Tooth decay can result in an infection inside of the tooth or in the gum line. This can make life very miserable to someone who doesn’t earn a lot of money and doesn’t have dental insurance. This is why e-Toothache Remedies made their website, to help this group of people who can't seek the immediate help of a dentist. “While we are excited to help relieve the pain and suffering of someone with a toothache we want to make sure it’s very clear that our toothache remedies are only temporary solutions. Our visitors will need to visit a dentist as soon as possible,” said Joseph Sterling.
e-Toothache Remedies claims their toothache remedies are simply natural homemade remedies that have been used for hundreds, if not thousands of years. They claim all of their toothache remedies are backed by proven science. “All of our toothache remedies have been proven to help relieve the pain of someone with a toothache. However, some people may be so far advanced in their toothache decay that our remedies will have only a minimal effect” said Joseph Sterling. He recommended those people visit an emergency as a last case resort. “At the emergency room they can subscribe an antibiotic to fight the infection, give you a prescription for a pain killer and/or give you steroids to lower swelling. However, they will still refer you to a dentist to resolve the problem of your tooth decay,” said Joseph Sterling.
You can visit their website at e-ToothacheRemedies.com and learn more about their natural home toothache remedies. They encourage that everyone look more closely into dental insurance whether you have a toothache or not. This will make it much easier to afford the services of a dentist later on when a problem does arise. They also recommend that you brush after every meal, floss twice a day and use toothpaste with fluoride to help prevent tooth decay which creates a toothache.