I have a popcorn hull stuck between my tooth and gum. How do I get rid of it?


Answers:    Brush your teeth for 2 minutes and then floss. Floss again and rinse with mouthwash to help loosen it. If after a few attempts it is still stuck call your dentist and tell them you need to stop by just to have someone remove it with an instrument because it can cause an infection if not removed.
get some tweezers or get a knife and pull down on it. i HATE when that happens to me so much!
I find that flossing usually removes those husks.
try lifting it out with your fingernail pressed firmly against your tooth with the hull between your tooth and nail and lift away from the gum after swishing vigorously for 2-3 minutes with mouthwash or warm water. If it doesn't come right out after about a minute then don't force it, just wait until the next day and repeat, continuing your normal brushing/flossing routine. Make sure to not agitate the gum as swelling may actually cause it to go in deeper or tear into two or more pieces.
Brush your teeth
Brushing your teeth, flossing or a Water Pic should remove the hull.
Brush your teeth.
Stimudents work great!
I have found flossing works best for me when this happens to me.

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Try either with floss or your nails. If all else fails, call your dentist.
Yes the same as everyone floss...BUT... what i find that works too is chewing gum chew it till the sugar is gone and the softly chew on the affected tooth and it might come right out...or you could swish with warm water...good luck..
LADEANA,

YOU MAY TRY A FLOSSING OF A DOUBLE PORTION. IF THAT WON'T WORK TRY A FINGERNAIL OR A DENTAL GUNSTIMULATOR, WITH A RUBBER TIP. IF ALL FAILS SEE A DENTIST WH O HAS THE APPROPRIATE DENTAL TOOLS TO DISLODGE THOSE THIN SHELLS OF POPCORN.
Brush and floss. If you are not home, try vigorous gargling.
Tooth pick

Floss

Tooth Pick

Listerine will help loosen it by washing away the junk around the hull

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