|nerves inthe teeth from various meds
Dec 24, 1999
when taking various hiv meds can this have an effect on the nerves in the teeth.
Response from Dr. Reznik
I have not heard or read of a direct correlation between HIV medications and a potential effect on the vital portions of teeth (nerves, blood vessels). What is known is that many medications, including many used in managing HIV disease cause dry mouth or xerostomia. We have also seen rapidly progressing dental decay and periodontal disease in people living with HIV disease. All of these can lead to increased sensitivity of your teeth.
If you are experiencing increased dental sensitivity, please take the time to visit your dentist!
Take care, and if you need further assistance, please do not hesitate to let me know.
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