How Do You Pull Out A VERY Loose Tooth Without Pain?

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It is quite difficult to pull out a very loose tooth without any pain at all, unless the tooth is literally just ready to fall out. The only other way to completely avoid feeling any pain at all is to visit the dentist, where you can receive an anaesthetic that will make the affected area numb, while the tooth is removed.



If you want to remove a loose tooth yourself at home, you really must take precautions to avoid developing any infections. Please note that this should only ever be attempted on a very loose tooth, as if you try to pull out a tooth that is still very much embedded in the gum, you could seriously harm your gums and other teeth.



If the tooth is already quite loose, gently wiggle it for a few minutes each day. It will take a month or two for your tooth to come out this way, so it may not be the quickest solution, but it will certainly be one of the less painful options.



For those with a slightly stronger pain threshold, you could try brushing or flossing the tooth for a little longer each day. This may be quite painful, though, and the gum may start to bleed, although this could be a sign of the tooth becoming detached from the root.



True pain junkies could try twisting the tooth, although that could cause damage to the gum and may be very painful indeed! There are even some people who have tried eating hard food like apples or ice cubes to speed up the process; something not for the light heated! It is Painful!



Whatever you try, never ever use items such as pliers, as these could cause serious infection. Consult your dentist as soon as possible if you do encounter any problems. It is Painful!

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All you have to do is let a ice cube melt next to your tooth and freeze it or let cold water stay in your mouth then spit and wiggle it more and then do it a couple of more times and pull and its most likley to come out if not see a dentist
 
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The best way to do it is to get some tissue and pull straight down. Wiggling it would just make it hurt. Pull straight down slowly or fast if it's that bad. Pulling straight hurts much less because wiggling it would move the roots side to side in your gums and that really hurts. Remember, just pull straight up or down.
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If its really loose then just get some salt water swish it around in your mouth and spit it out and your tooth will be loose then suck on the tooth and it will get more loose last pull it out. It wont hurt a bit
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You have to wiggle it 45 minutes

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David Paulson answered

Well of course it will hurt if you don't use anesthesia. If you want to pull it out without ANY pain, go to a dentist. BUT, you should just leave it alone and let it fall out on it's own. The tooth is loose because the permanent tooth is ready to come out and has reabsorbed the root of the baby tooth. Pull it out too early, and the neighboring teeth will close the space making it difficult for the adult tooth to come out.Here are Toothache Home Remedies where you can got plenty of home remedies to get rid of toothache.

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If you are an adult and your teeth are falling out then you need a dentist to evaluate your mouth. You may have a sever form of gum disease.  Gum disease doesn't just effect your mouth. It effects your whole body. I would not recommend pulling your own adult tooth out at home.  You can risk an infection and you may bleed a lot.  This needs to be controlled in a medical facility.

If you are asking this for a childs tooth, then it still may be a good idea to go to the dentist. But if it really is just hanging there you can take a papper towel and gently grip the tooth with your fingers and guide it out.  You can have the child bit into something like an apple, or the good old fashion tying thread to a door knob and the tooth will work too.
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Monica Smith answered
Well if it is very loose I would try to bite into an apple. Any way you try to get it out, it will most likely hurt, but it shouldn't hurt for a long time. Other then that, I would just give it a good tug! =) Hope everything works out well!
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Thanks! I'm sure this will work just fine!
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But my dad tries to pull out my teeth and he is coming over for Easter to have dinner. If i eat my tooth could come out in a second. What do i do?
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I took a deep breath, gripped the tooth with a tissue and pulled really hard and it fell out and got stuck under my tongue......but I was fine. I got the tooth out atleast! I got it out from under my tongue and showed my Mum and she screamed because it had a huge hole in the side of it....
There isn't really a way to get it out painlessly.
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I just wiggle it for 1 or 2 days and do my daily eating routine. Once in a while I hear a snap which probably indicates a damage in the root. After a few of these I know it's time so I wiggle and twist it. Once it's loose you don't really feel anything so just pull.
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I was a Dental Assistant for 31 years. You CAN pull the tooth your self.
It will heal just fine. Bite down on a wet gauze for 30 minutes, (or
old hankie you can throw away when you are done). If it continues to
bleed for more than 4 hours, take a tea bag, wet it, fold it in half and
bite on it for 30 minutes.  Do not spit for 24 hrs. Do not eat foods
like rice that could possibly get in to the hole your tooth was at. It
will heal from the inside out.
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This was the most honest answer I have read all day on this subject. I have periodontal disease and have pulled out at least 5 of my own teeth...easily with no pain at all. All have healed excellently. The only time I have had a tooth break was over 30yrs ago at a dentist...That tooth was abscessed and did not freeze properly and broke in half...MOST PAIN EVER IN MY LIFE...Now in the past 5 yrs I have pulled out 5 of my adult teeth (that were very loose due to gum disease) I use a string and hammer method. Tie a string around a hammer and using a slip knot tie the other end to the tooth. You must have a loose tooth (loose between the gum line and the tooth) Slip the string in the space between the gum and the tooth...and throw the hammer...easy peasy...seriously..the tooth pops right out..no pain...In fact I just removed a tooth with this method not an hour ago. T work the tooth with my tongue for a few days or a week prior to the pulling till the tooth is really ready to pop out. I know it is ready when the uncomfortableness of the tooth beleys the of necessity removing it.
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This was the most honest answer I have read all day on this subject. I have periodontal disease and have pulled out at least 5 of my own teeth...easily with no pain at all. All have healed excellently. The only time I have had a tooth break was over 30yrs ago at a dentist...That tooth was abscessed and did not freeze properly and broke in half...MOST PAIN EVER IN MY LIFE...Now in the past 5 yrs I have pulled out 5 of my adult teeth (that were very loose due to gum disease) I use a string and hammer method. Tie a string around a hammer and using a slip knot tie the other end to the tooth. You must have a loose tooth (loose between the gum line and the tooth) Slip the string in the space between the gum and the tooth...and throw the hammer...easy peasy...seriously..the tooth pops right out..no pain...In fact I just removed a tooth with this method not an hour ago. T work the tooth with my tongue for a few days or a week prior to the pulling till the tooth is really ready to pop out. I know it is ready when the uncomfortableness of the tooth beleys the of necessity removing it.
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Nick Russo answered
I have a loose lower canine tooth... I can twist it 90 degrees, and push it away from my tongue, I can see the bottom of the root without pulling it at all... But when I try and pull it towards my tongue, it hurts like CRAZY!!! I\'m a wimp and I\'m scared to pull it out. HELP ME
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My tooth on the bottom left side eating tooth is killing me! Its a long weekend I'm planning on going to the dentist but it is super loose and hurts when I push with my tongue.  I'm to wuss to pull it out but theres 2 days till I get it pulled and I hav school on the day I get it pulled! I get it pulled after so it sucks!!
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One of my back teeth were wobbly and was split in half but ive only got one half out the other half feels like the gum is attatched to the side but it is really wobbly I tried pulling but it effing hurts like hell and I can't take the pain much longer I NEED HELP also I need to talk differently otherwise it will push on it and hurt really bad

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