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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I've noticed my overall posture has improved and my grinding and teeth sensitivity has decreased significantly.
Winter Olympic athletes with products such as Crest ProHealth toothpaste, which offers sensitivity protection along with comprehensive oral care--perfect for athletes who train in cold weather and experience distracting teeth sensitivity, according to P&G.
Tooth enamel is prone to damage, which can give rise to a rough pitted surface that can create the conditions for teeth sensitivity.
Home bleaching costs pounds 200 to pounds 400 and the effects last about two years although the treatment can sometimes cause short-term gum and teeth sensitivity.
Home bleaching costs pounds 200 to pounds 400 and the effects last about two years, although the treatment can sometimes cause short-term gum and teeth sensitivity.
Home bleaching costs pounds 200 to pounds 400 and the effects last about two years,although the treatment can sometimes cause short-term gum and teeth sensitivity.
Many patients read or watch television during Zoom Whitening treatment, and all patients experience little or no post-whitening teeth sensitivity because fluoride application is performed afterwards.
In addition, the Zoom whitening procedure is less likely to result in teeth sensitivity, unlike many of the other in-office treatment methods.
Many consumers have tried older technologies such as whitening strips, trays and in-office treatments and felt frustrated by the slow and minimal results, painful teeth sensitivity or prohibitive investment in time and money.
The clinical study will seek to confirm the claims that the product works safely, effectively and without associated teeth sensitivity.
However, many factors must be considered when whitening a smile, such as teeth sensitivity or a medical condition.