Relieving Sensitive TeethIt might be because your iced tea was a little too icy, or your candy bar a little too sugary, or your soup a tad too warm, that electric stinging sensation you felt deep in your teeth is almost always enough to make wince with momentary dental discomfort.

Teeth sensitivity is arguably a rather mild term for a condition that sends you jumping out of your seat.

Teeth sensitivity can result from a wide range of causes. Sensitive teeth can react to anything, from hot and cold temperatures, to sweet and sour flavours, and even to pressure. Among the most common causes of teeth sensitivity include trauma from tooth decay, teeth grinding, and other dental injury. Regardless of the actual cause, teeth sensitivity usually means that the affected teeth are compromised in one way or another.

If you are experiencing dentin sensitivity, it is always ideal to consult with your Dentist Bondi. If you are unable to visit the dentist office immediately, however, here are few things you can try to relieve the discomfort.

  • Use a toothbrush with soft bristles when cleaning your teeth. Perhaps, more importantly learn to keep your teeth clean all the time. Plaque, that thin film that forms on your teeth, consists of miniscule food particles and mouth-dwelling bacteria. When left unremoved, plaque-thriving bacteria produce acid, which irritates the teeth.
  • Keep your teeth plaque-free using soft bristled toothbrush. Brushing too forcefully with hard-bristles causes dental abrasion which actually aggravates teeth sensitivity. When cleaning your teeth, it is best that you apply only a small amount of force to allow the bristles to move more free and clean the surfaces of your teeth more effectively.
  • Use desensitising toothpaste. Dental sensitivity that results from enamel abrasion cannot be treated with dental fillings. In such cases, it is most practical to use desensitising toothpaste, which you can readily buy over the counter. Desensitising toothpastes are typically formulated with ingredients that actively diminish sensitivity by filling the tubules of the dentin.

Dentist In Bondi

Whether or not you are suffering from dental sensitivity or any other unwanted dental anomalies, it is best that you regularly consult with your dentist. Your local Dentist In Bondi at Bondi Dental has long since provided the local Bondi community and its surrounding regions with comprehensive range of modern dental procedures that optimise oral health.

Claim your FREE dental consultation by calling us at (02) 9365 7187, or simply by booking an appointment online.

 

Sources:

http://www.mouthhealthy.org/en/az-topics/s/sensitive-teeth