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sábado, 24 de octubre de 2020

Teeth Whitening Sensitivity Dos and Don'ts

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a highly sought after cosmetic treatment in dentistry due to its good results, but usually the patient ends the treatment with tooth sensitivity.

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The evaluation of the dentist is important before beginning teeth whitening. The evaluation will identify if there are cavities, fractures or receding gums that could increase post-treatment sensitivity.

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Sensitivity after teeth whitening is treatable and recommendations should be given by the dentist before starting treatment. We share the recommendations of the VIP Dental Lounge channel on what we should do after teeth whitening.

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viernes, 16 de octubre de 2020

How Do Desensitizing Toothpastes Work?

Dental Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity is one of the most common illnesses among people, and is defined as intense pain when the temperature changes or when sweets or acids are consumed.

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Once identified because of the sensitivity, the dentist performs the appropriate treatment and recommends the use of a toothpaste that treats the sensitivity.



Have you ever wondered, what is the mechanism of action of that desensitizing toothpaste? This question is answered in detail by the SciShow channel, which we share below.

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jueves, 1 de octubre de 2020

Why teeth get sensitive? how to fix it?

Sensitive teeth

Tooth sensitivity is a painful problem that affects many people, since it does not allow us to eat properly. There are several causes of tooth sensitivity and a correct evaluation by the dentist is necessary.

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In general, tooth sensitivity is due to receding gums (the process by which the gums and bone retract), and this can happen in one or more teeth.

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The dentist must treat the sensitivity and also the causative agent, thus preventing you from suffering from tooth sensitivity again. We share Dr Tyler's recommendations on this topic.

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jueves, 13 de agosto de 2020

What is tooth sensitivity?

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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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viernes, 19 de junio de 2020

The causes and treatment of Dental Hypersensitivity

Dental Hypersensitivity

Hypersensitivity is more common than you might think, and is characterized as a sharp, stabbing pain of short duration and occurs when there are changes in temperature.

Tooth sensitivity has several causes, some of them can be: gum recession and enamel wear. The dentist must evaluate and find the causative agent to prevent the patient from suffering from this pathology again.



The dentist should make recommendations to the patient regarding the brushing technique and the type of toothbrush used by the patient. We share with the dental community an extensive and interesting article that tells us about dental hypersensitivity, its causes and treatments.

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Souce: Dental Hypersensitivty - Dr. Anveeta Agarwal

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