A new study has found that redheads are more than twice as likely to avoid a visit to the dentist possibly because they are more sensitive to pain. But does hair colour really mean more discomfort in the dentist chair?
In summary, redheads are more sensitive to thermal pain than women with dark hair but do not show differences in baseline electrical pain thresholds. Furthermore, redheads are more resistant to the analgesic effects of subcutaneous lidocaine.
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WebMD investigates what factors influence your pain tolerance including gender, athleticism, mental health, and even hair color. There are two steps to feeling pain. Redheads More