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Everytime j eatir drink something i feel like my teeth hurt.m not able to eat or have anything properly.what to do.am using sensodyne toothpaste but it seems that too isnt working .
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Pain on eating or drinking food is early signs f sensitivity in teeth which might lead to continuous pain.Use of anti-sensitivity tooth paste such as sensdyne may be helpful in early stages but in advanced stages it fails to work.All you need to do is to visit a dentist so that the cause of sensitivity can be diagnosed.Sometimes sensitivity can be because of one tooth or may be due to number of teeth.
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Sensitivity to what? Hot or cold? Any particular tooth or generalized? There are lot of parameters. Please visit your dentist for a complete diagnosis.
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Hello, The desensitizing pastes are only to reduce sensitivity that is caused due to tooth abrasion.Sensitivity could be due various reasons.You need to visit a dentist and get a check-up done. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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hello, you need to visit a dentist and get it checked. If required get a x-ray done. if there is a cavity then get it filled.
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You should visit a dentist near you for proper diagnosis of sensitivity and get it treated.
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incase of sensitivity we just cannot rely on sensodyne...It can be due to cavities so it vl be better if you visit a dentist and get a complete oral check up done...
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Hi..We should check for cause of sensitivity. Paste is not going to help. Visit nearest dentist soon. Regards
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Teeth sensitivity can be due to a variety of reasons and common reasons are..Dental decay,Swollen gums (Gingivitis/Periodontitis) or a case of Dentinal hypersensitivity. The best way to find about your type of hypersensitivity is to visit a Dentist and get the cause of the sensitivity. The dental treatment required to cure sensitivity is generally simple and after treatment  you will easily be concentrating on other aspects of life and enjoying them.
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Sebsitivity in your case may be because of some cavity rather than because of tooth wear. Visit dentist and get check up done.
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Hi,The reason for tooth sensitivity is maybe because of vigorous brushing,acidity problem,gum problem or tooth cavity.Please visit a dentist to rule out .
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