Cold sensitivity that lingers for more then 10 seconds
Lasting Cold sensitivity is an abnormal behavior of the nerve in your tooth.
The nerve gives lasting pain after hot or cold when it is in the process of dying. This transitional period ends usually after a few weeks when the nerve completely dies. At this point hot/cold sensitivity goes away and the now infected tooth begins to hurt on biting/chewing or just ache all the time.
The solution to lingering hot/cold sensitivity is almost always a root canal or an extraction.
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