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Oral-health

Question
Posted by: ELAINE | 2018/05/15

Q.

"what can be the reason for ALL my teeth to be sensitive when I bite on them????"

WHEN I CLOSE MY MOUTH AND BITE ON THEM IT IS VERY SENSITIVE. WHEN I DO NOT BITE ON THEM THEY ARE FINE, I CAN ALSO NOT CHEW AS NORMAL.......IT IS NOT PAIN ALL THE TIME, JUST WHEN I HAVE TO EAT AND CHEW????

Expert's Reply

A.

Oral health expert
- 2018/06/06

It's possible you have gum disease- this sometimes presents with the pain you describe. See your dentist.

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