Causes And Ways To Deal With Teeth That Feel Pain When Consuming Foods That Are Too Hot Or Cold?
ask my teeth with my gums when eating / drinking cold / hot always hurts
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the teeth and gums is most often caused by cavities. It could also, the pain you feel arises due to pulpitis, dental abscesses, gingivitis, tooth impaction, infections in the oral cavity, sensitive teeth, jaw joint disorders, sinusitis, nerve disorders, psychological disorders, migraines, and many other possible triggers. Although not always dangerous, pain that is very disturbing obviously can greatly reduce appetite.
Without knowing in advance what the cause is, it's not right if we provide you with a definitive solution to the complaint you are feeling. Our advice, first reduce the pain by taking paracetamol, gargling with warm salt solution, multiply rest, cleaner when brushing teeth, and limit consumption of foods that are too cold, too hot, too hard, and too sticky.
However, if with these efforts the pain that appears is still recurring, immediately check with your dentist to be given the best solution, ok?
I hope this helps.