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... chilling pain in my teeth. It is on both sides, in both jaws, and affects only the teeth in the back. This has never happened before. ... (1 replies)
... cold things. Interestingly, if I eat a candy bar and have some chocolate on my left teeth and then drink something cold, the pain is worse than just with chocolate alone. ... (4 replies)
... I have been getting pain in my upper left teeth for about 2 months or more. ... (2 replies)

... some days I can eat chocolate without pain, and other days I can't stand the pain. This only began a couple of months ago. ... (3 replies)
... I've been reading this board for awhile because I was getting my wisdom teeth out. And everybody was so helpful and informative and really helped me be prepared. I just wanted to share my experience to maybe help somebody else. ... (0 replies)
... ensitivity is a sign of cavities between the teeth. Sure enough, after I got my cavities filled, my sugar sensitivity went away. It's so nice to be able to eat chocolate and candy again without pain! ... (4 replies)
... canaled teeth continue to hurt for years, but I've had no luck in making the dentists and endodontists believe me! They say, "That's impossible! ... (3 replies)
... I have been on a tooth vacation awaiting my gums and teeth to settle after the surgery on the left. It is still sensitive to cold on the bottom but not too bad. My root canal tooth seems to be suddenly sensitive to sweet. That's not fun, i get punished for eating chocolate! ... (47 replies)
... Thanks for the replies. Lalala I'm so glad that you got your teeth fixed. I read your past posts and it must be a great confidence boost to have great teeth. ... (9 replies)
... You probably have some sort of cavities back there. If so, than your sensitivity should go away once the have fillings placed. Your dentist will be able to tell you for certain. good luck. (1 replies)

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