How to Deal With Tooth Sensitivity to Cold

Tooth sensitivity to cold is a common dental problem. Once the softer, inner part of your tooth called dentin becomes exposed, cold stimuli—including foods, drinks, and even a burst of air—can trigger a twinge of pain.

Don’t let the cold give your sensitive teeth a jolt. Here are a few tips for dealing with cold sensitivity triggers on a daily basis.


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