Sensitive teeth are painful when you breathe in cold air, eat hot or cold food or even just when you brush your teeth.
– Sensitivity can be eased by avoiding brushing too hard, avoiding acidic foods and using a fluoride toothpaste.
– Temporary sensitivity is expected following dental procedures such as extractions, fillings or teeth whitening.
– You should always see your dentist about any unexplained or long-term sensitivity as it might be due to enamel erosion, which can be treated.
“Living with sensitive teeth can be inconvenient at best and painful at worst.”
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