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Effect of drinking cold water after a coffee to the teeth

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Posted by: alphabeta  (5 years ago)
Hi there!

I have a habit of drinking cold water right after I finish my coffee in the morning. My mom said this is harmful to the teeth. The combination of hot and cold water can cause my teeth to crack. Is this true? I looked at my teeth in the mirror but I did not see any visible cracks. Can someone shed some light on this for me? Thanks a lot!
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Posted by: Selena23  (5 years ago)
Hello!

Drinking cold water after having hot drinks like coffee or tea is not advisable. It will cause tiny cracks to tooth enamel.
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Posted by: jollensjolly  (5 years ago)
Drinking cold water after drinking hot beverage can damage your tooth enamel and it can make your teeth sensitive.
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I've drunk coffee for four years and last month I've noticed that I have strange headaches almost every day and my friend told me that the coffee is likely to be a reason http://skywritingservice.com/blog/is-it-harmful-to-drink-coffee
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I've drunk coffee for four years and last month I've noticed that I have strange headaches almost every day and my friend told me that the coffee is likely to be a reason http://skywritingservice.com/blog/is-it-harmful-to-drink-coffee
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Yes, drinking cold water right after your coffee can cause tooth pain. Continuously doing this may cause sensitive teeth. This condition is common in at least 45 million adults who suffer from sensitive teeth at some point in their lives – and it is treatable.
If your tooth is highly sensitive for more than three or four days and reacts to both hot and cold temperatures, it’s best to get an evaluation from your dentist to determine the extent of the problem. Your dentist will prescribe one of a variety of treatment option for tooth painful teeth.
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