For most people, that wonderful warm trickle of coffee or tea down our throats gets us up and at ‘em and ready to take on the day. But sometimes that first swallow of java, is not pure enjoyment, especially if you wince in pain when the warm liquid hits your teeth. While your warm morning beverage may hit the spot for waking you up, it may be hitting the wrong spot if you have a sensitive teeth.
Have you ever gone to the local ice cream shop, on a hot summer day, expecting to enjoy your favorite flavor? When you finally tasted the flavor, did your teeth instantly feel pain from the cold? This could mean your teeth are more in control than your taste buds. Many people suffer from feeling immediate tooth pain from warm or cold foods. Some folks will even avoid certain foods altogether knowing it will be too painful to enjoy. So, what causes teeth to feel sensitive? Is it possible for teeth to feel more pain later in life? These are just a few of the questions people have been asking and we have answers.