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Why are my teeth sensitive when I drink cold?
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Dr. J.Todd Martin
Dentistry
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In brief: Cold.....
Your teeth may be sensitive to cold for many reasons some of which include tooth decay or tooth damage, a recent dental procedure, or use of tooth-whitening products.
See your dentist to find out what is going on.

In brief: Cold.....
Your teeth may be sensitive to cold for many reasons some of which include tooth decay or tooth damage, a recent dental procedure, or use of tooth-whitening products.
See your dentist to find out what is going on.
Dr. J.Todd Martin
Dr. J.Todd Martin
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Dr. Cornelia Franz
Pediatrics
In brief: Roots
You may have some exposed roots that are affected when you drink cold drinks.
There are nerves in teeth and the cold is hitting them and creating the discomfort.

In brief: Roots
You may have some exposed roots that are affected when you drink cold drinks.
There are nerves in teeth and the cold is hitting them and creating the discomfort.
Dr. Cornelia Franz
Dr. Cornelia Franz
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