Tooth pain is usually something you’d associate with, after being treated at the dentists. Most dentists in London W1 have all the modern techniques to limit this. To begin with, the scalpel and the drill have been replaced by the laser that limits the damage done during treatment, hence the amount of pain that arises afterwards. But certain treatments do require some form of anesthetic or even total sedation to get you through. Dentists can offer so many choices to you, depending on your personal threshold to pain and they can offer you analgesics and pain killers after the treatment is over, to get you through. In the real world however, pain can arise in your teeth at any time, so you should be prepared at home for any eventuality. Smaller more irritating pains can arise from something as simple as a chipped tooth that can lacerate the tongue and gums. Most problems arise from decay that can affect chewing, consuming hot and cold drinks and cause sharp pains; at worse an abscess can develop- this requires emergency treatment. In most of these cases they can only be solved by a visit to the dentist, but they can be tempered until you get there. It’s always good to have painkillers around for these moments as it is with herbal remedies that can be used to soothe the teeth and gums, especially if you have a wisdom tooth about to erupt.