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Sensitive Teeth (or maybe a sinus?)


Posted by Cyd on February 19, 2002 at 17:14:48:

I'm suddenly having a problem with my some of my teeth being sensitive to cool air (especially from the CPAP) - nothing else (i.e., hot, cold liquids, etc.) seems to be a problem. It seems to be around my upper right molars (the 3 that are the furthest towards the back of my mouth), but I can't pinpoint the problem to just a single tooth (part of the reason I'm wondering if it might be a sinus or something else). I've also noticed that my Ultra Mirage Mask hits along the outside of my mouth in the same line with these molars, but it doesn't seem to be sore or anything. My dentist has done x-rays which didn't show anything.

Please let me know if anyone else has had any type of a similar experience, or if you have any idea what the problem might be.

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