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Tingling sensation in lower teeth
I am facing some tingling sensation in my lower teeth since the past few days. Any idea why this would be ?
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Sensitivity due to gum recession or cavities can cause this. The cause has to be treated. Consult a dentist for a regular check up.
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Sensitivity toothpastes will give symptomatic relief
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Hello, Tingling sensation in teeth may be due to caries or root exposure of that particular tooth due to receeding gums.
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Kindly contact a dentist and get the treatment done.
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Hello,     To give a proper opinion, please mention if the tingling sensation happens when you have anything hot or cold, or while brushing, or eating, or while exposed to air, while grinding your teeth, or  otherwise when you do not do anything.      In general, tingling can occur on teeth due to erosion, wear, cracks, decay, poor fillings, or other reasons.
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    Please consult your regular dentist for a direct examination, proper diagnoses and the necessary treatment.
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Tingling to hot or cold food or just even air ? It all could mean you have caries that’s going a little deep or the gums somewhere are receding exposing the more sensitive root areas.
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If It’s at specify place or tooth try using desensitiser tooth paste. Apply it on the area and after 5-10 mins wash off . Brushing with that toothpaste will not give adequate contact time. Use it like ointment.
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