Why Have My Teeth Become More Sensitive?

Pain from sensitive teeth can range from mild to extreme. If you suffer from tooth sensitivity, you know what it’s like to cringe at the thought of foods that are too hot, too cold, or even too sweet or spicy! Unfortunately, tooth sensitivity is usually the result of enamel damage. When our tooth enamel is worn away, our teeth are no longer protected from what we eat or drink. The temperature of these foods can work its way into the nerves of the teeth and cause pain when tooth enamel is missing.

What are the top reasons your teeth have become more sensitive as a result of enamel damage?

An article by Dr. Marcus Hoang. Originally published by Your Dental Health Resource.

Read the full article here: WHY HAVE MY TEETH BECOME MORE SENSITIVE?

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