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I can eat cold or hot things and my teeth are no affected. After eating ice cream, about 20 minutes to an hour later I have pain in my whole mouth that slowly builds to the point where I have to take a pain reliever. My dentist does not have an answer for me, and explains that my teeth are just sensitive. My roots are not exposed and I have no cavities. What could be the cause here? This has been bothering me for several years.



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Seeing an orofacial pain specialist is advised.
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