you swish salt water. Do not swallow! it depends on how bad the swelling is in your mouth. most swollen gums you swish salt water every night for up to 2 weeks.
The swelling will be there due to the edema of the tissue,
Get the tooth fixed and the swelling will settle by itself.
First you need to see a doctor and find out what is causing the swelling.
Try using ice
elevation elevate on a pillow
go see a doctor
Apply an ice pack.
Usually the swelling lasts for a few days.
What you can do is put ice on your cheeks : ) And rest
The only answer I could think of is ... ICE
use of inflammatory drugs
By finding an appropriate anti inflamatory.
you cannot get rid of bruseing if there is any, but to get rid of swelling, ice. you let it heal with time and you ice the head
To get rid of a swollen lip, you may use a cold or hot compress to reduce the swelling. Aloe Vera can also be used because it has several anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce swelling.
Anything that eats has to have some way to get rid of the parts of the food that they can't digest. That's what gets turned into poo. If they couldn't get rid of that, they'd have to keep swelling and swelling. Wouldn't work.
First, put ice on it to keep the swelling down, and then after the swelling has gone down, let it go away on it's own.
put a bag of ice in it. it should reduce swelling
put some oinment (base) just after the bee has stinged you.
Make sure you drink lots of water because this will reduce swelling and discoloration.
There are many ways to get rid of mosquito bites, but the fastest one in my opinion is to rub the inside of a banana peel on it. It reduces redness, swelling, irritation and itchiness. Make sure that you leave the peel on for 5-10 minutes and it will reduce swelling almost immediately.
i have a broken nose right now i ice it for 3 hours every night works like a charm major swelling went down..hope this helpss!!
What you should do is Rinse your mouth with salt and water for 30 seconds after that brush your teeth and then gargle
Put hydrogen-peroxide in your eye and it reduce the swelling then the bite will go away.
There is no quick way to "get rid of" swelling in your jaw. You can reduce the swellig a bit by taking Ibuprofen and applying a cold compress. But you must see a dentist right away. If swelling is visible, you obviously have a serious infection, perhaps in the jawbone, itself. Left untreated, this could lead to serious, even lethal, consequences. Do NOT delay. See an emergency dentist.
The easiest way to reduce swelling is to put ice on the area. If the hit was hard enough you may want to see a doctor. Especially if you have blurred vision and dizyness.