Depending on what is causing your tooth sensitivity, it may clear up all by itself or need treatment.
– Long-term sensitivity may be due to a chipped tooth or enamel erosion due to overly aggressive brushing, teeth grinding or acidic drinks.
– Temporary sensitivity often follows procedures such as having veneers, teeth whitening or extractions.
– Sensitivity can be treated with fluoride toothpaste.
– Sensitivity can be prevented by not brushing too hard and visiting your dentist regularly for check-ups.
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