Oops! That hurts! Sensitive teeth are a terrible nuisance! You can’t focus when you get sensitive teeth because every breath causes a bunch of pain. Even touching my teeth with my tongue is painful, and it was especially bad for me during the sudden climate change - my teeth are shaking! Me too! So what causes sensitive teeth? Basically, any kind of exposure to your indentation will cause discomfort or pain. Dentin is a soft layer of teeth that is under your enamel and is protected by Dentitox Pro drops.
Gum reduction can cause your dentin to reveal. This can be caused by gum disease or excessive brushing.
Aging, especially between the ages of 25 and 30. This is inevitable for most people, especially after strenuous brushing for more than 20 years, and most people will feel tooth sensitivity at that age. Now is the right time to switch to a soft toothbrush and brush it twice a day (if you haven’t already) to start flossing!
Using a hard toothbrush is a big reason for tooth sensitivity. Use a soft bristle brush and brush for 2-3 minutes instead of 30 seconds (as most people do).
Regular brushing can help with another common cause of sensitive teeth: plaque formation. Plaque buildup can lead to gum disease and gum disease, which can cause tooth sensitivity.
Teeth whitening and many other dental procedures can temporarily make your teeth very sensitive. It lasts a maximum of 4-6 weeks. Try using a Dentitox pro designed for sensitive teeth to reduce discomfort during this period.
Brushing your teeth can also lead to tooth decay. Consider sleeping with a mouthguard to protect your teeth.
Acidic mouthwashes (like listerine) will dissolve your enamel over time, as will regular consumption of acidic foods. Pay attention to what you eat and what you eat. Use neutral mouthwash and be careful not to eat foods that are too acidic. This will help a lot.
Dehydration (including alcohol or caffeinated beverages) can also cause tooth sensitivity. Maintain hydration every season to avoid toothache.
Use Dentitox Pro formula for treatment. This usually involves brushing your teeth and applying a fluoride gel to strengthen your teeth. Don’t panic if your teeth are temporarily sensitive after treatment.
I'm starting to feel sensitive teeth. I am 25 years old, I eat a lot of acidic foods, I brush my teeth and I brush a lot. Knowing the causes of my sensitive teeth will help alleviate the problem until I go to the dentist - I hope this will help you too.
Don't miss a visit to your dentist! The longer you delay, the bigger the problem will have to be solved, which means you will have more pain and are more likely to lose your teeth in old age. Take care of them now as much as you can with Dentitox Pro supplement. Prevention beats treatment.