My Tooth is Sensitive to Hot and Cold

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Sensitivity in your teeth usually occurs when your tooth nerves have become irritated in some way. This usually happens when hot or cold liquids are able to move through the inner layer of dentin, which rests below your tooth enamel. If your tooth is sensitive to hot and cold, this may indicate that your tooth enamel has been worn thin, and may also mean that your gums have begun to recede. In addition to being […]