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Why Do My Teeth Feel Sensitive To Cold Drinks
Either: You have a cavity, eating too much food that are highly acidic eg tomatoes, lemons, excess soda drinks can result in acid eating away at tooth enamel, you may have receding gums exposing nerve endings and aggressive brushing can cause breaks in the enamel causing tooth sensitivity.Brush lightly & use softer toothbrushes may address your problem.See dentist if concerns not resolved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got 3 fillings 2 weeks ago and my teeth have been sensitive to cold since then. I feel pain for a few minutes after drinking a cold drink. Normal??
My front tooth has been feeling sensitive to cold drinks is there anything I can do? Don't see a cavity there.
I had a filling put in on friday on a cavity is it normal for the tooth to be sensitive to cold drinks and feel a bit of pain still after filling?
Sometimes: This is a fairly common occurance...It should go away after a few days if this continues or gets worse you should talk to your dentist I have my patients place a few drops of traumeel under their tongue to he4lp healing you can get this in a health food store. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes it is possible: If the tooth had a deep "cavity" that needed to be filled, the filling may be very close to the nerve. This may cause some sensitivity. It is also possible that your filling is a little "high" and needs to be adjusted. On and off sensitivity is always possible with a new filling. If you do not have decrease in symptoms in a week or two or it gets worse, contact your dentist for further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do my teeth feel cold after having a gingivectomy? I recently had a gingivectomy performed to reduce the pockets around some of my teeth, and now sometimes when i breathe in my teeth feel extra sensitive to cold. Is this something that will go away ev
Teeth cleaned about 2 weeks ago. Since have a tooth sensitive to cold. Will it subside? Had a full series of xrays recently no problem noted then.
Scaling? : Sometimes scaling or the use of instruments near the gumline of your tooth can cause sensitivity especially if you have had recession (or the wearing away of the gums) in that area. Contact your dentist who can apply a desensitizing agent on the tooth. You can also try sensodyne toothpaste for sensitive teeth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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