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Is Tooth Sensitivity Permanent

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Is Tooth Sensitivity Permanent?

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Many people – by brushing too hard or by using the wrong kind of toothbrush or toothpaste (like an abrasive one) end up damaging the enamel that surrounds and protects their teeth. As a result, the dentine of a tooth is exposed and leaves the tooth sensitive, which means it reacts harshly to foods or dinks that might be too cold or too hot, for which they need to go to dentist office Newmarket.

The root of the tooth is protected by cementum, which unfortunately can be easily eroded. Once the tooth loses its precious outer protection, it becomes more and more sensitive. In some cases the sensitivity can be so much that a person might not be able to ingest foods and drinks with too low or too high temperatures.

Other things that can potentially cause sensitivity in the teeth are:


To prevent further damage to the teeth, it is advised that you visit a dentist Newmarket as soon as possible. Start using toothpastes that are specifically designed to cater to sensitive teeth. These toothpastes block the dentinal tubules so the tooth cannot be stimulated, and thus act as desensitizing agents. The good thing about desensitizing agents is that they can be used indefinitely, and over time, can actually help improve the condition of tooth sensitivity.

Alternately some high fluoride mouth washes can also be used. These non-alcohol mouth washes can also repair sensitive teeth over time by coating the teeth. In other extreme cases, a dentist Newmarket can also paint special fluoride gels, paints and sprays on to the teeth. All in all, while tooth sensitivity can be difficult to deal with, there can be a solution in most cases. For more information, visit or call on 905-895-8031.


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