Teeth sensitivity

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Teeth sensitivity 

Teeth sensitivity is a common oral health problem affecting one or more teeth of many adult individuals on global basis, yet few of them bring this issue to the attention of either their dentist or dental hygienist. Most of these patients develop coping strategies to the sensitivity such as less or no ice cold drinks, use of straw direct fluids away from the sensitive tooth, tooth brushing with warm water, avoiding using the side of sensitivity while chewing etc.

Teeth sensitivity is characterized by short sharp pain arising from exposed dentin in response to stimuli thermal (hot and cold), evaporative (air being blown or inhaled on sensitive tooth/teeth), Flossing or dental instruments used by dentists, osmotic or chemical (pain in response to sugar/ acid)

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