Sensitive Teeth are typically the result of worn tooth enamel or exposed tooth roots. In case of Sensitive Teeth, certain activities such as flossing, brushing, eating and drinking can cause temporary pain in the teeth. Some of the common signs of Sensitive Teeth include loose teeth, foul-smelling breath, bleeding gums and many more.
HOW IS SENSITIVE TEETH DIAGNOSED?
A Dentist diagnoses Sensitive Teeth by conducting a dental examination to check for inflammation and any other underlying cause.
HOW IS SENSITIVE TEETH TREATED?
Brushing your teeth twice a day and maintaining proper dental hygiene will help in prevention of tooth sensitivity. Your dentistry specialist may recommend you to use toothpaste without high levels of abrasives and fluoride rinse to help in reducing sensitivity.
DID YOU KNOW?
One must practice proper oral hygiene to treat this condition.