As winter approaches, and the weather turns noticeably colder, we find that tooth sensitivity starts to become a more common problem for our patients.  Tooth sensitivity is defined as pain affecting the teeth, usually in response to hot, cold or sweet foods, drinks or air.  The pain is usually sharp in nature, and will in most cases, resolve quickly after the stimulating factor is removed.  Most people will experience some tooth sensitivity, for example, when biting into ice cream, or from dr...


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