there are many solutions , . its called dentinal hypersensitivity , it is caused by loss of enamel which leads to exposed dentinal tubules .
dental checkup is necessary for the line of treatment . for time bieng u can massage ur teeth two times a day using nitra gel ( potaasium nitrate). only after brushing . for the period of one month. it has shown gud results with many cases .but visit a specialist for further investigation n treatment.
This may be because the enamel loss due to decay or also due to hard brushing..please get a dental check up done. Accordingly a filling or Rct will be required. Meanwhile you can use a desensitising toothpaste and avoid hard bristle toothbrush or abrasive( tooth whitening) toothpastes.
The most common symptom that occurs in case of sensitive teeth or initial stage of caries is sudden, sharp flash of pain when the teeth is exposed to air, cold, sweet, acidic and hot foods.
If the pain is due to loss of enamel a
Desensitizing toothpaste can be used.
Try spreading a thin layer of any desensitizing toothpaste on the exposed tooth and leave it for 10 min before brushing it away
Use a soft-bristled toothbrush.
Avoid highly acidic foods.
Use fluoridated mouth wash
If the pain is due to tooth decay it requires a filling
If sensitivity or pain still persists after 4 weeks of use, talk to your dentist for more details and determine the best solution .
May be your teeth enamel is wearing off... if you are brushing and chewing hard them stop doing so. Brush softly and gently in a circular manner twice daily. If you are chewing hard and eating hard food like non veg bone pieces, it is time you change your habits. Also we need to physically examine how much enamel has worn out so that we can plan the right treatment. For now, you can use Sensodyne Repair and Protect toothpaste. This forms Hydroxyapatite crystal on your teeth which protects the Dentine and which reduces sensitivity. Apply this paste on affected tooth, leave it for 10-15 min and gently massage and let the tooth absorb this and gently brush. Repeat this 3 times daily.
But make sure to visit a dentist for a thorough evaluation.
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