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    Default Can drinking alcohol make your teeth sensitive?

    I got my first cavity a few weeks ago and it hurt a few days after (normal I know) but then I got plastered one night and the next day my tooth that had gotten the filling hurt. I went back to the dentist a few days later and the dentist just put some desensitizing stuff on it and said it can take up to a whole month for it to become normal again. Can drinking beer increase the sensitivity of my tooth? Should I stop drinking?
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    Alcohol contains sugars which you probably already know are not good when it comes to cavities and the like. You may want to brush your teeth when you're done drinking to reduce the damage you're doing to them.
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