Monday, April 20, 2009

Teeth pain when drinking cold water?

There is pain on one side of upper and lower teeth when cold water is being drunk. There is no lack of hygienic care of teeth like brushing twice daily. I don%26#039;t think it is a sign of gingivitis. What could be the problem? Greatly appreciate if you could advice.

Teeth pain when drinking cold water?
Everyone%26#039;s teeth are sensitive to a certain extent. I don%26#039;t think you should be worried. Using a toothpaste for sensitive teeth is great advice. If this continues for at least a week, consider this:

Usually tooth sensitivity (dentin hypersensitivity) presents as temporary tooth discomfort or pain after eating cold food, drinking cold liquids, or breathing cold air. ( If the pain is very high in intensity and prolonged, see your dentist because this may be a sign of an unhealthy tooth nerve )The key to preventing tooth sensitivity is to keep the gums from receding. Reducing the pressure we use to brush our teeth helps tremendously. The problem with this is that our tooth brushing is an unconsciously ingrained habit reinforced after decades of brushing and therefore nearly impossible to change. I advise people to use an advanced electric toothbrushes (plaque remover) like the Braun 3D Excel or Sonicare. These toothbrushes feature pressure sensors that stop the brush when you apply too much pressure
Reply:You may just be developing a sensitivity to cold. Use a toothpaste specifically for sensitive teeth and see if it helps within a week or two.
Reply:Sensitive teeth. An enamaul covering would help.
Reply:Many people simply have teeth which are sensitive to cold. Try Sensodyne toothpaste it is made to reduce the sensitivity of teeth to cold beverages.
Reply:You probably have sensitive teeth. Try Sensodyne and a toothbrush with soft bristles.
Reply:Don%26#039;t drink cold water, your teeth may be sensitive.
Reply:You could have sensitive teeth. Try brushing with Sensodyne F toothpaste. If that doesn%26#039;t help, see your dentist
Reply:Try sensodine toothpaste! Its rad!
Reply:Try Sensodine Toothpaste is really works good for sensitive teeth
Reply:I can tell you that I have been whitening my teeth and my teeth are very sensitive to cold. You can use Sensodyne. You may also need a Flouride treatment. At times, Cold sensitivity is an indication of decay and you may need a filling. See your dentist.
Reply:Is the sensitivity on the opposite side of your dominant hand? Alot of people who are fastidious about their oral hygiene tend to over brush on one side of the mouth. They brush too hard on one side as they can get the whole arm movement happening. This leads to abrasion of the teeth near the margins of the gum. This can be accelerated by brushing after having acidic drinks or a diet high in acidic drinks. Try sensodyne as other people have suggested or go see a dentist for consultation. Also use a soft bristle brush and control the pressure that you brush with.

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1 comment:

  1. Please wash your teeth with warm water, Apply once salt, clove powder so that it make tooth strong and reduce the pain


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