Some people usually avoid eating or drinking cold, hot or sweet things to protect their teeth, because such people also have toothache by eating or drinking these things. Some of these people also avoid eating or drinking hot foods, so that they can be protected from toothache. However, the majority, including such people, do not know why there is a toothache while eating or drinking cold food and then how the feeling of this pain reaches the brain?
Scientists recently solved this problem after reviewing a long study, which found that eating or drinking cold foods actually causes toothache due to the presence of odontoblast cells in the teeth.
The Odontoblast above and outside the teeth, according to a research report published in the scientific journal Science Advances by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AS). These cells cause pain when eating and drinking cold foods.
However, the question is, does Odontoblast finally make you feel the pain between eating and drinking cold food? Answering the same question, the experts said that in fact, when there is inflammation in the teeth, that is, swelling, irritation, or itching, the cell called ‘Odontoblast’ (Odontoblast) causes pain when cold things come.
These same cells then report the pain that occurs when eating or drinking 5 translucent receptor proteins (TRPCs), the system that connects teeth to the brain. Which eventually reaches the human brain and then the human being begins to feel pain.
The study was compiled by four different experts, but they reviewed surveys and research reports by experts from the United States and several European countries.
Researchers studying humans and rats have come to the conclusion that eating or drinking cold foods causes pain in the teeth. According to experts, the results provide many new indications for dental treatment and the results will be useful for dental diseases.