Does your teeth hurt when eating icecream?

United States
March 27, 2009 9:20pm CST
I am enjoying a nice pint of blue bunny ice cream. Someone mentioned Blue Bunny on one of my posts so I wanted to try it. But my teeth are hurting. Do your teeth hurt when eating icecream?
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@derek_a (10905)
28 Mar 09
Well, my teeth do hurt if I eat anything cold, but I don't eat icecream, although I like it, because there is far too much sugar in it. I haven't eaten icecream for around 20 years now. - Derek
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@iamsolucky (1243)
• Philippines
28 Mar 09
You have hypersensitive teeth if thats the case. My teeth doesnt hurt when i eat ice cream, hehe i seldom eat ice cream but i do love it especially summer times. If you want to cure that, just buy toothpaste for sensitive teeth and gums. Also eat fruits and vegetables, maybe you lack Vitamin C or minerals that make you gum healthy and strong. Try to talk to your dentist about it. happy mylotting and Smile Always.!
28 Mar 09
At times they do, but then the taste acs as an antidote
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@winterose (39927)
• Canada
28 Mar 09
the odd time but not to often, try spooning the ice cream to the back of your throat, also try sensidyne toothpaste maybe that will help.
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@ElicBxn (58155)
• United States
28 Mar 09
when I needed a root canal, eating it on one side did I have to watch eating ice cream too fast or I get one of those "freeze" headaches
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@docflyer (10)
• United States
28 Mar 09
If it happens a lot you can try a special toothpaste to help with the sensitivity. Blue bunny ice cream, what brand makes that flavor?
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@CMTS_87 (1343)
• Philippines
28 Mar 09
sometimes. but not all the time.
@Shar19 (8237)
• United States
30 Mar 09
Once in a while my teeth hurt when I eat ice cream. Usually it's when it's around "that time" of the month.
@my1341 (462)
• China
29 Mar 09
Not that serious If I take the ice-cream little by little. It's delicious and I like ice-cream very much. Don't take too much for just one bite. I think teeth will not hurt.
@mhae15 (744)
• Philippines
29 Mar 09
Yes it does hurt every time I ate ice cream. But not only with ice also with other cold foods. It always feel hurt with cold foods. Happy mylotting friend.
• China
29 Mar 09
I am sorry to tell you that you may have dental caries. The symptoms of dental caries is toothache, particularly after sweet or hot or cold foods. The icecream is sweet and cold, which made your teeth hurt.
• India
28 Mar 09
hhello there, i have this problem too....sometime my tooth ache when i eat something sweet......but i love ice creams....
@deedeehall (1144)
• United States
28 Mar 09
i havent had this problem .is your teeth good and healthy? i am not sure what else would cause this but my boys have very healthy teeth and they to say this sometimes happens.
@ishi23 (71)
• United States
28 Mar 09
yes, sometimes my teeth hurts while eating ice cream..I really don't like that feeling. Do you know why its hurts? is this something to do with bad teeth? I think I should see a dentist to solve this problem .
@ank_47 (1963)
• India
28 Mar 09
yes my tooth will hurt when eating any type of icecream . as i have sinus and toothache, when i eat icecream, my tooth aches . but i am fond of icecream. sometimes i eat icecream with putting half spoon icecream only at a time , then i have less tooth ache.
@aweins (4204)
• India
28 Mar 09
hi moneymommy, my dear friend, i love to eat ice cream and i use to eat them a lot. today also we are having big family packs of ice creams always in our refrigerator. yes, my teeth pain sometimes when i eat ice cream. but now i hardly eat. if my hubby is eating, he forcefully make me eat a spoon of whatever flavopur he is eating, otherwise, i dont eat. before it never use to hurt, but after pregnancy, my calcium got depleted from my body and got deficient of it, so that was the major reason.
• India
28 Mar 09
With God's grace, I don't have that problem. but rarely, it happens (once in a month). But i will never matter. It will just pass in that moment itself and hence not a sufferer of that problem. My suggestion is that everybody says, to consult a dentist as soon as possible if the problem persists.
@SHAMRACK (8350)
• India
28 Mar 09
Dear friend, Very rarely, not yet any unbearable. Still it had not affected my habit of eating ice creams.