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Teeth Sensitivity

10 Biggest Common Problems of Teeth Sensitivity

Teeth Sensitivity and pain in the teeth can make life, in general, a nightmare. Sensitive teeth come with pain and discomfort that can make eating or drinking your favorite foods a painful experience. Although you may suffer from sensitive teeth, you can rest assured that they can be treated.

Normally, this condition of sensitivity presents as sharp tooth pain after drinking cold liquid, eating hot or cold foods, or breathing cold air. If the pain becomes too much to bear, you should immediately see your dentist, as the nerve of your tooth could be exposed.

Normally, tooth Sensitivity starts when the gums begin to pull away from the teeth. With the gums being a protective blanket, they cover and protect the teeth’s roots. When the gums recede and pull away, the roots have no protection, and therefore they will be exposed.

The exposed root tips contain small tubules that lead directly to the nerves of the teeth. Whenever pressure, heat, or cold elements travel down the tubules, they trigger the nerves and result in pain. Those who don’t have sensitive teeth will have their gums covering the tubules, which prevents these types of things from happening.

The idea here is to stop tooth sensitivity and keep the gums healthy. If you reduce the pressure you use when brushing your teeth, you’ll find that your gums will remain healthy. When taught to brush their teeth, most people are instructed to use a lot of force. While this can get the teeth clean, it will also tear at the gums, which can lead to sensitive teeth. If you have sensitive teeth now, you should try using an electric toothbrush such as the Sonicare Advanced.

Although you may have sensitive teeth now, there are ways you can help improve your gums and your teeth. There are several toothpastes on the market that contain potassium nitrate, which helps reduce the pain and discomfort associated with sensitivity. Although there are several kinds of toothpaste to choose from, going to the dentist is your best bet!

 Mouthwashes can also help with tooth sensitivity, provided they contain fluoride. You can also ask your dentist which mouthwash he recommends, as there are several to choose from.

A good rinse with mouthwash will leave you with a clean feeling, and get your mouth and teeth completely clean, killing millions of bacteria.

If you start using fluoride toothpaste and mouthwash regularly, you’ll notice a bit of improvement in your teeth and gums.

The sensitivity in your teeth will begin to go away, giving you relief.

When you brush, make sure you brush gently and avoid using any type of force, as it will always cause your gums to recede again and cause sensitivity.

In the event that using medicated toothpaste and mouthwash doesn’t help, you should ask your dentist about other options available to you. Your dentist will know what will help you, so you shouldn’t hesitate to ask. Your dentist will know how to eliminate your sensitivity once and for all, and how to prevent it from coming back.

Tooth sensitivity is something that many of us have to deal with. Although there are ways that you can fight back and prevent the pain and discomfort associated with sensitivity from making your life harder than it has to be, the best is to visit a dentist and get a professional opinion at our Partha clinics!