jueves, 13 de agosto de 2020

What is tooth sensitivity?


Exposure of dentin is the cause of tooth sensitivity, and can be caused by fractures, bruxism, cavities, maladjusted restorations, aggressive brushing, gingival recession, etc.

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Tooth sensitivity is evident when you consume a hot or cold food or drink. The pain is sharp and short-lived. There may also be pain from pressure and from chewing food.

The intervention of the dentist is important because tooth sensitivity could mean the existence of other types of pathologies. The dentist must find out what the reason for the dentin exposure is to prevent it from happening again.


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