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Do Your Teeth React with Pain When You Eat Sugar?


Posted on 5/24/2021 by Office - Boone DMD
Do Your Teeth React with Pain When You Eat Sugar?Many people report having sensitivities to hot and cold foods. It can come as a surprise with the first bite of cookie or bakery treat. The pain can last for a second or linger for a while. It can be an intense pain or a dull nagging sensation.

Sugar Sensitivity May be Due to Damaged Enamel


Regardless of the type of discomfort you experience, when your teeth negatively react to sugar it may mean that the outer layer of your tooth has been damaged. If the outer layer over your tooth, called enamel, has been compromised, irritants like sugar have a clear path to your nerves.

Thankfully, you can do things to help your tooth sensitivity to sugar. First, use a soft bristled toothbrush. Brush twice a day, and don't brush your teeth too vigorously. If you brush too hard, you could further damage your enamel. Choose a toothpaste designed to work with your tooth sensitivity. Also, changing your diet may help. Do not eat too many highly acidic foods. These foods can also cause damage to the enamel of your teeth. Lastly, choose to eat a diet full of nutritious foods instead of sugary snacks. Learn to enjoy the crunch have a carrot, or the texture of your favorite fruit, instead of reaching for a sugary snack. Also, drink beverages without sugar.

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While cutting back on sugar can help to temporarily relieve your sensitivities to sugar, you should also be proactive about getting professional help to investigate the cause of your sensitivity. Is your enamel compromised? Prioritize your routine cleaning and exam twice a year. Give our friendly staff a call to schedule your next appointment. We look forward to talking with you about sensitivities you may have when you eat sugar or other foods. We want to help you alleviate any issues as well as help you achieve the best smile possible.
Margaret A. Boone, DMD
30485 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite 203
Wilsonville, OR 97070

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