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Teeth Sensitivity Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment
Posted on 1/25/2021 by Office - Boone DMD
Teeth sensitivity is a common dental problem that can affect anyone from the age of 20 onwards. It is characterized by sharp, stabbing pain-like sensation that resonates throughout the teeth and may even extend to the roots in case of hypersensitivity. The sensation can be extremely uncomfortable and may worsen over time as we age. Causes and Symptoms of Teeth Sensitivity Persistent enamel corrosion exposes the dentine in the center of the tooth and underneath the gums. The dentine is home to numerous microscopic channels that, when exposed, become sensitive to external triggers such as hot and cold beverages. Exposure to cold drinks, coffer stimulates the nerves inside the tooth, resultantly producing the painful and uncomfortable sensation that characterizes teeth sensitivity. The most common cause of teeth sensitivity is enamel wear. There are multiple reasons why you may be suffering enamel corrosion. Tooth grinding (bruxism), excessive teeth brushing, tooth decay, and high intake of acidic foods are just some of the reasons for enamel wear. Treatment and Management of Teeth Sensitivity You will have to visit your dentist to determine whether you are experiencing dental hypersensitivity or not. If yes, they will identify the extent of damage and provide the recommended dental and oral healthcare routine to prevent further exposure of the dentine. However, if you feel like you are just beginning to experience teeth sensitivity, you can incorporate the following good habits to manage teeth sensitivity. [[[DIVSTYLE:margin-left:25px|[[[BulletList: Clean your teeth properly – brush twice daily and make sure you floss your teeth as well. However, make sure you do not brush too hard, as that can also contribute to enamel wear.... Read more...
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