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Upper premolars Sensitive to cold water
Hi, I'm facing this issue from last 1 month. Whenever using cold water upper teeth will get pain/sensitive at that moment.. No issues with warm/hot water
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It could be due to wrong brushing technique or brushing too hard on tooth. It may lead to chip off of superficial layers of your teeth. So it's Better to consult with doctor online or offline for treatment options. Don't over use desensitizing toothpaste.
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your brushing technique might be faulty . do you have notch type of cavities at the neck of the teeth , called abrasion hope you are not using any ayurvedic tooth paste
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use desensitizing tooth paste
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use super soft brush
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Yes for this type of sensitivity  problems only cold foods only aggregavates.Dont worry use toothpaste like sensodent k,thermoseal rapid relief etc.
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If still continues after 15 days take a dentist consultation
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Try using Vantej/ sensodyne rapid action/ Thermoseal RA toothpaste by applying it on the sensitive tooth before brushing for 10 minutes, then brush off. Try it for 2 weeks and if not relieved consult a dentist directly.
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