dental care


Question by  Lori (57)

Why do I feel a tingling in my teeth?

It is the strangest feeling but tingling is the best way to describe it.


Answer by  Monkey4 (74)

Often I associate this with allergies that cause pressure in the head and nasal cavities. Stress and tooth grinding can also be a big factor in tingling of the teeth.


Answer by  fiddlefaddle (883)

Tingling feeling in your teeth might be your teeth being more sensitive than it is. This could be what you ate or chewed on before, or it could even be due to your toothpaste.


Answer by  Yen (320)

Teeth have nerves and you are feeling a sensation. Sometimes it is an indication that something is going on with the teeth. Toothpaste for sensitive teeth might help.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

You could be forming a cavity. Sometimes when you get a cavity in a certain area of your mouth one of your teeth may need work on it.


Answer by  rannit (91)

Your teeth have apparently developed a slight sensitivity, which can possibly be relieved by using a toothpaste for sensitive teeth. It is also possible that you are clenching or grinding, which should be checked out by your dentist.

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