Yes, you can fracture or crack your tooth just from chewing on ice. Chewing ice also wears down the enamel on your teeth.
Enamel is really hard but if it is undermined in some way (e.g. decayed dentine underneath or if the tooth has a big filling), then chewing on ice can chip the tooth and/or the filling. Also, if you make a habit of chewing ice (or gum for that matter), it can contribute to TMJ (temperomandibular joint, i.e. jaw joint) problems like pain or discomfort.
by spice_joe 3 years ago
Hello,I have tooth sensitivity only to sounds for more than 2 months.I visited dentists but they can't find anything since I don't have cavity or any other problems. I have sensitiveness in all my teeth at all times. Eventually I get headache. I am facing this to sounds by vessels and plates and...
by solicemoon 9 months ago
If you have no money to go to the dentist and your wisdom tooth is hurting badly. What do you do? I
by gardav75 17 months ago
Can a wisdom tooth fall out with no pain and no blood, with no sign of a tooth been on the gums?I had a rotten hole on my wisdom tooth for quite a few years. About a year from now I notice the tooth was getting loose. As time went by more looser it got. I only felt pain from it once for almost 2...
by chukra G 9 years ago
i read that it happens because of acidic and the wrong way in brushing the teeth, so how do stop it, any suggestions
by Sp Greaney 7 years ago
Do you think soft drinks &fruit juices really cause damage to the enamel of your teeth?
by calico Stark 10 months ago
What is the Christian interpretation for "teeth falling out"?In the Christian faith there is a biblical code of symbols used to convey future happenings in our dream life. I am seeking a scriptural answer.
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