If you are really concerned about pain related to pulling a tooth out, just let it fall out naturally. You may however, increase the looseness of the tooth in the gum to make it easier to pull out. This can be done by gripping firmly onto the tooth and gently wriggling it back and forth.
When pulling the tooth out, be sure to pull it straight upwards. Bleeding may occur but you can wipe that away with a cotton bud or a clean, wet cloth. Over the counter anesthetics can also make this easier such as the teething gel, Bonjela. Children (strangely) have a much higher tolerance to pain so if anything, pulling a tooth out will probably only discomfort this child or panic them into crying.
While allowing the tooth to fall out naturally, eating may become an issue. By eating hard foods, the tooth will become loose and you will hardly even notice it fall out. This is a great method for young children as they will not notice the tooth loss hence, not feel any pain.
Another method is the floss method. This involves putting a string of dental floss around the tooth and pulling it straight out. This is quicker so the pain will only be for a few seconds though getting the courage to do it may be harder.
After the tooth has been removed, the gums will be very sensitive so avoid eating on or around it by eating with the other side of the mouth, and eating softer foods. Make sure the mouth is cleaned and rinsed correctly after removing a tooth to avoid gum problems and infections. Corsodyl mouth wash is the best for gum problems and dentists often prescribe it though it is also available over the counter.
1. Use the good ol' string and doorknob
2. Pull and wiggle until you hear a POP! Or a CRACK!
3. Get your Dad to pull it out while you think of something yummy.
4. Do what I do, and play with it whenever you get the chance. When it is hanging by like 1 or 2 strings, close your eyes, think of candy and PULL
5. 1 2 3 Pull
6. Don't use number 5 actually. It hurts unless you want pain......
7. Brush tooth really hard
8. Tie it to a toaster and throw the toaster. (LIE)
9. Pliers (.....)
10. Bite an apple unless it is a back tooth
11. Keep punching yourself in the mouth. (not too hard!)
12. Chew gum
13. If it is hanging by like 1 string the do a handstand or go upside down and then fall down.
14. Use a Nerf Gun
15. Tie your tooth to a Hummer Truck and let the toy truck drive
16. (My best one I think) If you need it pulled out at any time then wait for it to fall on it's own
17. Numb it with oral gel or something really really cold, then pull
18. (This is gross) If you are sick it might come out in your puke
19. Go to the dentists so they will pull it out.
20. A good old wiggle and twist.
Hope this helped!
I am 9 and I am the hugest cry baby! But this trick has to work for you if it helped me with no pain! Chew 1-5 pieces of gum. When you feel somthing hard in your gum out and presto! It is out!
Here's what you do never push from the opposite side it hurts and never do te door thing it can give you a infection here's what you do once it starts to get loose push on it a lot then get gum a lot of gum so that it covers your tooth then pull it out or do the normal rip thing but that hurts
Just leave it alone or eat lot of food to make it come out (if lot just bush your tooth) and that is what you can do if it is hurting and if you've got a wobbly tooth.
First chew gum for a while then put it where the tooth is then it will fall by its self without youre tooth hurting that is what I did and I felt no pain at all.
Look, I have a really loose tooth too. When I tried to pull it out, it started bleeding. Luckily, that lasted only a few minutes. Try, wiggling it with your fingers (Make sure, they're clean.) and then with your tongue. But, if you're afraid, like me, then I'd try doing that every day until it falls out. One of mine, fell out while I was sleeping! =]
You can not pull a tooth yourself. You will need a reputable dentist for tooth extraction. Teeth are anchored into the jawbone with long curved roots, requiring specific tools and methods unique to each person. Here are some tips I can offer you to get you out of pain. Ambesol makes a new product called severe pain formula. It comes out of the tube as a flexible soft plastic like material that can be squirted into the cavity itself. This product really works ! It stays in place a LONG time and completely numbs the tooth. A life saver when trying to sleep. Get an antibiotic. Pain almost always equals infection. When the infection is gone, even a severely damaged or decayed tooth will hurt a lot less.
Rinse with salt water and brush every time you eat. Swishing with salt water will dislodge food particles from the cavity, as well as fight infection.
I put clove oil on my finger and rubbed it in and pull it out and it will not hurting and no blood but you mite fell numb in your mouth I could not fell
I don't recommend you do it yourself, because if you break it and end up not getting the whole root, it will create an abscess and you'd need to have surgery to remove it. There really is no way to do it painlessly except in a dental office, when they inject anesthetic into your jaw to numb it. If you don't have insurance, I suggest you look into dental schools in your area. Such a simple procedure could be done for under $100. And they'd probably have financing to make it easier for you to pay. Please don't attempt to do this on your own.
All you got to do is mack it loose and than you go in the bathroom and get a t-shirt and let an adult move it back and forth and then let them say 1-2-3 and then just let them pull it out and then put your tooth in a jar and you are good I really hope it works guys good luck and don't be a cry baby
1. Climb up on your roof.
2. Attach a piece of fishing line to the tooth
3. Attach the other end of the fishing line to a big rock
4. Throw the rock off the roof