30 Dec 2009
Yes, it should help with the pain. Naproxen is a very good anti-inflammatory and usually with a toothache there is pain and inflammation associated with it. You may still want to contact your dentist, because if there is an infection, the Naproxen won't help with this, but it should help subside the pain.
- Naproxen Information for Consumers
- Naproxen Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Naproxen (detailed)
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