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Why is tooth decay painful?

December 27, 2017

Why is tooth decay painful?


Dental pain is a form of nerve pain that arises from the inside of your teeth, the pain in most  

cases is associated with specific stimuli that the teeth get exposed to; these stimuli determine the nature of a toothache.


What makes Your Teeth Hurt?


You may experience dental pain due to sensitivity to temperature; a condition attributed to tooth decay or tooth cavities. Another reason for dental pain is sensitivity arising from dental treatment, a problem that mostly occurs when fixing tooth inflammations. The chewing process can also initiate dental pain; as noted, the sharp pain experienced when chewing in most cases result from a cracked tooth, loose fillings, or tooth decay. Lastly, Dental pain can be associated with loss of minerals from the teeth, which allows food particles to enter directly into the pulp, thereby causing the pain.

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