Why Are My Teeth So Sensitive?

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By Timberlake Dental curated from Time.com

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“For dentists, the most common (and least alarming) sensitivity is an all-over reaction to very cold stimuli, Messina says. Especially if that cold-induced pain is short-lived, you probably don’t have reason to worry. But if the pain is persistent and confined to a specific tooth or area of your mouth, that’s a problem. “That’s often the sign of a micro-crack, a degraded filling or a cavity,” Messina says.”

See full article on Time.com


Sensitive teeth can happen to anyone, but knowing exactly what to do when it occurs will prevent anything worse from happening.


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