Orajel and a pulled tooth?

I just got my tooth pulled out today around 2 hours ago. My mother go to the pharmacy to get medication the doctor recommended but it isn't here yet. I would similar to to know i if could use Orajel on that pulled tooth, and if so, what amount of time should i wait to use the Orajel on that pulled tooth?
yeah just take pain reliever like nice...its the best tablet for tooth pains or like for removed teeth .or stir for pda junior and safaster for antibiotic for decayed tooth...don't jus get as i mentioned ..you have need of prescription ..and i donno how mg required for you...cuz i donno your age and pain. these are tablets found in india for you.
oral jel can be used for tooth ache but not for spasm from an extraction socket.

Orajel is used for topical application. it contains benzocaine.

Benzocaine is a local anesthetic (numbing medication). It works by blocking nerve signals in your body.

Benzocaine topical is used to stifle pain or discomfort caused by minor skin irritations, sore throat, sunburn, teething torment, vaginal or rectal irritation, ingrown toenails, hemorrhoids, and many other sources of minor pain on a surface of the body.

Benzocaine is also used to numb the skin or surfaces inside the mouth, muzzle, throat, vagina, or rectum to lessen the pain of inserting a medical instrument such as a tube or speculum.


you can take analgesics for symptomatic nouns.

but if pain persists even after 3 days(maximum)----consult your dentist.
well-mannered luck
Do not use ora gel on the extracted area. Any aching relief should be handled beside pain pills. Source(s): A dentist

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