Tips for Sensitive Teeth….

Tips for sensitive teeth care

Although you have the whitest and straight marbles, having sensitive teeth can make your perfect smile turn into a sour grin.

The sudden ache you feel is caused is produced by the disturbance on the nerve endings of your teeth. Hot or cold drinks causes this. Even opening my mouth can let the air make me ache. Damn, how can I enjoy life like this?

Coping with sensitive teeth

  • Do not brush your teeth too hard. First of all you have to choose a gentle-bristled toothbrush you want to keep your oral hygiene without causing your gums heaving away from your teeth. If this happens, it exposes the protective layer of your teeth roots, called dentin, leaving your tooth nerves sensitive to all kind of stimuli.
     
  • Get sensitive teeth toothpaste. Toothpaste makers think of you, so you can find toothpaste for your sensitive teeth. Use them regularly and you would notice how sensitivity will eventually decrease.
  • Take it easy with the mouthwash. There are some mouthwash products that contain acidic chemicals and alcohol that worsen your sensitive tooth. Therefore, it is better you go for neutral fluoride solutions that would not aggravate the sensitivity of your teeth.
     
  • Avoid erosive food and drinks. Erosive means it produces a reaction in your sensitive teeth, such as smoothies, ice cream and others like that.  After you take this foods and drinks, it is good you rinse your mouth with water with a neutral fluoride mouthwash. You have to wait up to an hour for brushing your teeth.
     

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