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Teeth get sensitive any time without having cold or hot things, after brush also I feel that I have not done brushing. It continues.
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As rightly already suggested; sensitivity could be because of various reasons. Try gargling with salt in luke warm water; if it is because of gum infection, it will help. Also try toothpaste for sensitive teeth like Colgate sensitive pro relief or Sensodyne. Hope these help, if not; please contact a Dentist, who will be able to treat you better after a thorough dental examination. Smiles
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Sensitive teeth in ur case might be because of gum falling down and exposure of ur tooth root or worn out teeth due to faulty brushing. Have a consultation with ur nearest Dental Surgeon.
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Hi, there are numerous reasons for teeth senstivity. It will be better if visit a dentist and get oral check up done. Because after examination only we can find the cause and treat it accordingly. Take care.
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Tooth sensitivity may be due to dentin exposure of your teeth. I would advise meeting a dentist because only after thorough examination the cause of the problem can be found.
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Hi cause of teeth sensitivity are variable, but common causes are having too much of cold drinks, too much lime in ur food, vigorous tooth brushing or using coarse tooth pastes, other like carious tooth or poor periodontal health too may result in tooth sensitivity.. visit ur local dentist for the best diagnosis..best of luck take care feel free to ask ne further queries
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There could be many reasons for sensitive teeth. Sensitivity could be because of cavity, deposits or sometimes due to vigorous brushing and many other reasons. You need to visit a dentist to check it clinically exactly why you are getting sensitivity and then can plan for its treatment.
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