Tips for Managing Tooth Sensitivity to Hot

If you have sensitive teeth, hot foods and drinks can be painful to consume. That’s because sensitivity triggers—like a sip of hot coffee or a spoonful of soup—hit the tooth’s nerves and cause pain.

 

Instead of suffering through the twinge, here are a few things you can do to help manage sensitivity to hot and protect your teeth.

 

Keep your sensitive teeth in mind with these tips for consuming
hot foods and drinks and maintaining good oral care.

3 TIPS FOR EATING & DRINKING

Before taking a sip or bite of something hot, let it sit for a few minutes to reach room temperature. 

Add an ice cube to hot drinks and soups to help cool them off.

Cut down on hot foods and drinks that are also acidic, like tomato soup or tea with lemon. They can contribute to tooth erosion and lead to increased sensitivity.

3 WAYS TO UPDATE YOUR
ORAL CARE ROUTINE

Keep your sensitive teeth in mind with these tips for consuming hot foods and drinks and maintaining good oral care.

3 TIPS FOR EATING & DRINKING

Before taking a sip or bite of something hot, let it sit for a few minutes to reach room temperature. 

Add an ice cube to hot drinks and soups to help cool them off.

Cut down on hot foods and drinks that are also acidic, like tomato soup or tea with lemon. They can contribute to tooth erosion and lead to increased sensitivity.

3 WAYS TO UPDATE YOUR ORAL CARE ROUTINE

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