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Care Clove Oil

For the temporary relief of toothache

Care Clove Oil has both a local anaesthetic and a mild antiseptic effect which can provide temporary relief from toothache when applied directly to the tooth.

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Temporary relief of toothache
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Suitable for Children over 2 years old, Adults and the Elderly
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10ml liquid

More about this product

  • Essential information
  • Directions for use
  • Self Care Advice
  • FAQs
  • Stockists
  • Tips & Advice

Essential Information

Care Clove Oil. For the temporary relief of toothache. Contains Clove Oil. Always read the label.

Directions for use

Dental use

Adults, the elderly and children over 2 years old:

Apply a small amount on a cotton bud directly on the tooth cavity as required.

See the product label for more information or view the Patient Information Leaflet.

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If in doubt, always talk to a healthcare professional.

Self Care Advice

It is advised to see a dentist if you have toothache that lasts more than 2 days.

To ease toothache while waiting for an appointment:

  • Take over the counter medicines to help relieve pain
  • Try rinsing your mouth with salt water (children shouldn’t try this)
  • Eat soft foods, like yoghurt or scrambled eggs, and try to avoid chewing with the sore tooth

FAQs

What causes toothache?

  • Tooth decay
  • A dental abscess
  • A cracked or damaged tooth
  • A loose or broken filling
  • An infection – this often happens when a tooth (such as a wisdom tooth) has broken the skin, but doesn't have enough room to fully come through
  • Problems with braces

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Tips & Advice

Who can use this product:

It is not recommended for children under 2 years old.

Do not use for teething.

Should not be used in pregnancy unless under doctor’s advice.

Did you know?

Have regular check-ups with your dentist. Don’t put off going for a check-up. Detecting problems early can mean they’re easier to treat.

 

www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/take-care-of-your-teeth-and-gums