19 May 2012

Tooth Sensitivity

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My teeth are only sensitive sometimes. Is this common?
Yes. Many adults have occasional sensitivity to hot, cold or sweet beverages and food. Others suffer from constant pain. Regardless of the frequency of your pain, let your dentist or hygienist know. They can recommend proper treatment for tooth sensitivity.

How are sensitive teeth treated?
Sensitive teeth can usually be treated with anti-sensitivity or enamel protecting toothpaste.

How long does it take to get relief? How long will the relief last?
Speed of relief will vary from person to person. On average, users experience relief after two weeks of usage of anti-sensitivity tooth paste.

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