dentine hypersensitivity

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dentine hypersensitivity

Tooth pain resulting from exposure to cold temperatures, osmotic agents (e.g. sugars or other sweets), or touch. It is caused by exposure of dentinal tubules when cementum is worn off the outer layer of a tooth, e.g. in patients who have receding gums.
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If you feel pain when you consume hot or cold foods, you could have sensitive teeth, which comes from thinning tooth enamel.
People afraid of needles or who have sensitive teeth.
He told her that she just had sensitive teeth and would be fine in a day or two.
Sales of Sensodyne, the leading toothpaste for sensitive teeth, rose 13% last year and the brand now controls 15% of the sensitive teeth category.
According to a survey by Sensodyne, 90% of sufferers are unable to correctly identify how the pain of sensitive teeth is caused, and only 33% do something about the issue when they feel it.
According to a survey by Sensodyne, 90 per cent of sufferers are unable to figure out what's to blame for the pain of sensitive teeth.
Your gums can be sensitive to the chemicals used, especially if you already have sensitive teeth.
KENNEBUNK, Maine -- For the more than 40 million people who suffer from sensitive teeth and can't enjoy many food products and beverages, Tom's of Maine--a leading natural products company focused on oral and personal care--has introduced a natural solution with its new Rapid Relief Sensitive Toothpaste.
The invention's unique design provides its users with valuable protection for sensitive teeth.
H20 Specialist brushes are available for orthodontic patients and patients with sensitive teeth.
People with TMJ disorders may exhibit a variety of symptoms including: A painful aching jaw Sore, sensitive teeth Stiff neck and shoulders Tension headaches Morning headaches Grinding your teeth If you suffer from any of those symptoms you should know about the Cerezen dental device.