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    Go to the dentist.
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    It sounds like they're eroding and probably becoming very very sensitive.. go to a dentist asap and sort it out!
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    go to the dentist and maybe switch to like a sensitive toothpaste like sensodine or like a pro enemal one?
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    Do you grind your teeth?
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    Do you grind your teeth in your sleep? Someone on Embarrassing Bodies ground their teeth so badly that it exposed the nerve. :| :| :|
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    brush your teeth and increase your calcium intake. Drink lots of milk and avoid too cold or hot drinks.
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    The dentist is someone to talk to, it may be sensitive teeth where the protective layer on your teeth has got low.
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    Go to a dentist, you idiot.
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    (Original post by ronaldo91)
    I didn't know what you meant until I googled

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruxism

    omfg, I'm one of these people who don't know they do this. Though, I don't think I'm this bad (some people make sounds?)

    But yes, my mouth does seem to be VERY tense when I sleep, in fact I can't sleep without my some tension in my mouth

    **** **** I CAN'T BELIEVE I'M ******* MY TEETH UP, WHY DIDN'T MY DENTIST TELL ME? SHOULDN'T THEY BE ABLE TO TELL?

    It's definitely not as bad as the wiki atricle makes out though, I have hardly any of those symptoms but those that I may have e.g stress, who doesn't right?

    Aw man is a sensitive tooth paste that effective? (obvs will try one though)

    But, like I said the problem 'dissapears' after a week or so

    oh and I eat ice cream and drink hot stuff fine, but could never open a bottle with my teeth unlike some of my friends (they are so cool lol)


    PPS WHY ARE GIRLS SO HELPFUL? LOL ALL REPLIES HAVE BEEN FROM FEMALES, LET'S GET SOME LADS IN HERE
    I do the same thing, but that can cause very sensitive teeth.
    Get yourself down to a dentist and they should give you a mouth gaurd that will stop further erosion, and you may need to have some root canal work to fix the previous damage
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    (Original post by Antimatter)
    I do the same thing, but that can cause very sensitive teeth.
    Get yourself down to a dentist and they should give you a mouth gaurd that will stop further erosion, and you may need to have some root canal work to fix the previous damage
    can I just use a rugby mouth guard? It is opro!

    edit: **** it I gues I'll have to go to dentist, I hate going to dentists and doctors grrr
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    Stop rubbing coke into your gums....
 
 
 
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