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While eating chocolates my teeth was getting pain and feeling discomfort. What does dis indicate?

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Chocolates contain xylitol which is caries indusing factor.
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Choclates are full of sugar and carbohdrates. They stick to teeth and allow the microorganisms to grow. So the enamel of your teeth is attacked by microorganisms producing acids and due to that dental caries start. So you feel discomfort pain sensitivity may occur you should consult nearby dentist and get treated.
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There's some decay process going on. Need immediate attention and diagnosis.
Pain on eating sweet food articles indicate tooth decay most of the times. You may have some small cavities in your teeth which you may not be able to notice for yourself. You need to visit your dentist and get a thorough examination done and if cavities are present, you may need dental fillings.
It can be caries, erosion, crack tooth & a number of possibilities. So kindly get a check up done at earliest. Good luck.
Chocolate's can cause caries and pain on chewing. One should brush after chewing to decrease sensitivity and pain.
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Get your teeth checked by a dentist. Pain on eating chocolate indicates decay in some teeth.
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