Anbesol Maximum Strength Liquid for Toothache Pain
  • I kept the bottle close at hand because I found that I had to often reapply because the pain would begin to get worse again
  • I would also suggest that you get to the dentist as soon as possible to get the problem fixed or the pain will just keep coming back


    • by Dawn Hawkins
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      While on a recent trip to Florida, I contracted an extremely painful toothache that threatened to ruin the entire trip. Rather than have that happen, I visited the local Walgreens to get something to ease the pain until I could get home and get to the dentist. I rushed into the Walgreens and down the tooth care aisle to find something that might work. I didn’t really pay attention to what I was getting other than to make sure it was something specially made for toothaches. I rushed to the counter and made

      the purchase. I paid $7.49 for a .41 oz. bottle and left the store.

      Before we even pulled out of our parking spot, I had the bottle opened and used my finger to swab on some of the Anbesol Maximum Strength Liquid onto my aching tooth. I didn’t see that there was any difference in the way my tooth felt so I gave up on the thought of having a decent vacation. The pain began as we were coming into town and all I could think is why it couldn’t have waited until we

      got home again. I did feel a slight bit of relief from the pain after waiting a minute or two for the medication to begin to take effect. It was a numbing feeling much like the one that you get when you get a filling at the dentist office and they numb the area except not quite as strong. I kept the bottle close at hand because I found that I had to often reapply because the pain would begin to get worse again. It calmed the pain down enough to allow me ...

      • Anbesol Maximum Strength Liquid for Toothache Pain
      to semi-enjoy the trip we were on.

      I went through nearly the entire bottle within a few days trying to keep the pain at bay. Although the Anbesol didn’t get rid of the pain completely, it did help the severe pain go away. After we got home, I purchased a different type of pain relief until I could get to the dentist. I used Orajel instead and not in liquid form either. That seemed to help more than the Anbesol did. If you have an emergency and you need fast pain relief, Anbesol might

      do in a pinch. I preferred the Orajel formula much better though. I would also suggest that you get to the dentist as soon as possible to get the problem fixed or the pain will just keep coming back. These types of toothache pain relievers are only meant as a temporary aid until you can get to the dentist. I had an emergency case because I was far away from my home and my dentist. Anbesol will work better on minor toothache pain but for severe pain, there is only one real relief.


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