It can get pretty cold around here during the winter season, and that can actually affect your teeth.
One of the most common changes you might experience is increased tooth sensitivity. Your enamel will expand and contract in response to the changes in temperature, like when you step inside your warm house after shoveling snow from your sidewalk in the frigid morning air.
And as your teeth constantly adjust, it can form tiny cracks that make them more sensitive.
Here are a few helpful remedies that may help ease any discomfort of tooth sensitivity, but don’t forget that dental pain isn’t normal. So if the issue doesn’t go away or gets worse, make sure you schedule an appointment with us for restorative dental care!