HOW WINTER WEATHER CAN CAUSE TOOTHACHES AND SENSITIVTY
Yes, cold weather can make your teeth hurt, in response to extreme heat and cold, your teeth contract. Breathing in the Cold weather air can give you that ouch feeling and sensitivity, just like when you bite into an ice cream with a sensitive tooth.
Problems such as periodontal disease, cracked teeth, decay, brushing vigorously, acidic beverages, use of tooth whitening agents are just some factors that can cause tooth sensitivity.
You should see a dentist whenever you experience tooth sensitivity. Your dentist will determine which teeth are sensitive and why you are having tooth sensitivity, then recommend an appropriate treatment and/or a toothpaste for sensitivity.
Toothpaste for sensitive teeth such as Sensodyne can be purchased from your local pharmacy, supermarket or dentist.