Do tea bags help infected tooth? Wet tea bags can also reduce abscess pain.
If you have a toothache or gum pain due to an abscess, wet tea bags can be a pain-relieving way. Peppermint or black tea bags can work for you. One simple way is to make a tea bag wet and then bite it close to the painful area.
Will a tea bag pull out infection? The short answer is no; do not rely on a tea bag to cure your infection. In fact, we do not encourage anyone to try to cure a tooth infection at home.
What will draw the infection out of a tooth? Make a baking soda paste
Baking soda is a quick and effective way to ease an infected tooth. Mix 1/2 tablespoon of baking soda with 1/2 cup of water and a bit of table salt. Swish in your mouth for a few minutes and again until the mixture is gone.
How do you use a tea bag to draw out a tooth abscess? Dip the tea bag into warm water and then wring out the excess water. Be careful that you don’t damage the tea bag while doing so. You can then put the wet tea bag over the abscessed tooth. If possible, lie down and leave the tea bag in place for a few hours.