Why the teeth become sensitive and what to do about it

in #health4 years ago (edited)

Caries, parodontosis, chips on tooth enamel - these are the causes on the surface, with them everything is clear. However, it happens that hyperesthesia also occurs with absolutely whole, strong, well-groomed teeth. Why? There are many options.


1 . You use the mouth rinse too often
Of course, fresh breath is important.

2. You adore treats with a palpable sourish
Often enough to be a fan of lemonade, tangerines, citrus fresh, candy and other seemingly innocuous dainties, which contain a dose of the above mentioned acids.

3. You bleached your teeth
This procedure has a wide range of contraindications, and it should only be performed by a truly experienced physician.


4 . You have a wrong bite
In childhood and adolescence, this factor can not cause problems.

5 . You have certain bad habits
For example, gnaw on your nails or creak your teeth. All this leads to the formation of microcracks on the enamel, which opens to various stimuli access to the dentin.


Contrary to popular belief, sensitivity is not enamel, and dentin – the tissue that lies underneath the enamel. The dentin is permeated with microscopic tubes within which pass the nerve endings. As long as these tubes are closed, even thinning enamel will not cause the person great discomfort. But if they exposed, the nerve endings react to any stimulus, from-for what there are unpleasant sensations.

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