Taking Care of Sensitive Teeth

Taking Care of Sensitive Teeth

Sensitive teeth can be extremely discomforting, particularly when consuming hot or cold food and beverages, and can be caused by a number of factors.
Women are more prone to develop sensitive teeth than men, although there is often an increase in teeth sensitivity in both genders between the ages of
18 and 20.

Infection of the root canal or gum is a common cause, as is tooth erosion or grinding. If you suffer from recurring tooth sensitivity or wish to learn
prevention techniques you could pay a visit to any one of the dentists in Dublin , or read the
information below which, at risk of engendering a swarm of buying a dental practice guide, I impart free of charge, following the advice they gave me! Brush your teeth twice a day, floss and use a fluoride mouthwash to strengthen your enamel. Change your toothbrush regularly, about every two months, and try not to brush too aggressively. Limit your consumption of sugary food and drinks which oral bacteria breaks down into damaging acids.

If you do suffer from teeth grinding it is worth visiting one of the dentists in Dublin about a mouthguard, it is worth the effort to protect your teeth. If our teeth are sensitive then use your common sense and avoid hard foods such as toffee, which could do serious damage to your teeth, even cracking them and exposing the cosmeticdentistryguide.co.uk/articles/root-canal.html and inner tooth pulp to infection.

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