OraChill: A Drug-Free Way To Stop Tooth Pain & the Pain of Braces

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OraChill: A Drug-Free Way To Stop Tooth Pain & the Pain of Braces

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When your teeth hurt, it's impossible to concentrate (and even more difficult to eat)! When you're in braces, Tylenol can become your best friend. But did you know that there's a new drug-free way to treat tooth pain? It's called OraChill, and it's made right here in the USA.

OraChill (formerly GumEase) is a series of mouthpieces that you freeze. Just pop them into your mouth and wear them behind your lips (above your teeth) for about 2 minutes each (6 minutes total, used consecutively). The frozen mouthpiece stops the nerves in your mouth from transmitting pain signals to your brain. Yes, it has been clinically proven to really work, and it's totally drug-free. You can re-freeze the mouthpieces and use them as many times a day as needed. Take a second set to your workplace and you're covered for the entire day!

The company that makes OraChill is also coming out with two new products: OraChill Jr. for kids, and OraChill Migraine, for treating migraine headaches (that product will contain additional mouthpieces for a total treatment time of 10 minutes).

You can find OraChill at: https://www.dentakit.com/gumease.html
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