Learn What Causes Tooth Sensitivity

Oral-B A Mouth Full of Answers Presents - What Causes Tooth Sensitivity? Tooth sensitivity causes significant pain. Watch this video to know what precautions you must take to avoid it.


Tooth sensitivity causes significant pain and often impacts daily activities such as eating, drinking and brushing your teeth. Sensitivity occurs when the Denton, a porous tissue in your teeth becomes exposed. The denton has microscopic channels called tubules which are pathways to the nerve. When dentinal tubules are exposed due to receding gum tissue or enamel erosion, nerves are more easily triggered by certain stimuli causing tooth sensitivity. The causes for enamel erosion or receding gum tissue include brushing too hard, sugar in acidic foods and drinks, teeth grinding, dental treatments and whitening treatments. If you are experiencing any signs or symptoms of tooth sensitivity be sure to see your dental professional as soon as possible. Even if you suffer from tooth sensitivity be sure to maintain good brushing habits with the help of Oral-B. Read these simple home remedies to cure tooth-ache.

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Pritiiti

Pritiiti

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this is very good action which helps many who has these type of teeth problem they can learn many things from this video and protect their teeth.

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