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Poor Habits Cause of Sensitive Teeth

AS is endless if we wanted to try a variety of foods from all over the archipelago, could even be a fun hobby. But make no mistake, it can actually be disastrous when you have sensitive teeth.
Whatever you eat, especially foods hot, cold, sour, and sweet flavors will cause a sharp pain in the teeth for a moment. Therefore, foodies, Bondan Winarno admitted always put dental health.
“Every day I have always wanted to taste the different types of cuisine. To support that, dental health is a major requirement. If healthy teeth, what can be sampled. Ice cream, meatballs, hot soup, chili mango and young, all can be enjoyed anytime. Sensodyne proving that sensitive teeth can be overcome, so that we no longer need to avoid foods and beverages that maknyus, “said Bondan in Thamrin, Central Jakarta.
Meanwhile, there are several causes of tooth sentitif. According Ariandes Veddytarro, GSK Dental Detailing Manager, it can emerge from our bad habits daily. There are at least three daily habits that can cause sensitive teeth:
Brushing your teeth too hard
Brushing your teeth too hard does not mean to make the teeth become clean. You see, brushing vigorously to reduce tooth enamel.
Eating excessive acid
Sour taste also it can damage tooth enamel. So eroded enamel which will make open dentin. Because the layers have a small channel to the millions of nerve, if it is open will cause a sharp sense of pain.
Habit of chattering teeth
The third habit is more to the unconscious, most people usually are not aware if he often menggemeletukkan teeth. Friction between the teeth that it can damage the enamel.
Therefore, to determine the cause of sensitive teeth, you can avoid it early. Or choose to protect your gear from the start with toothpaste that contains specifically for sensitive teeth.
“Handling of dentin hypersensitivity likely due to the lack of empirical understanding of the transmission of feeling pain through the dentin. However, some theories proved that blocking channels in the dentine (dentine tract occlusion) as one of the essential requirements of the ‘desentisizing agent’ to be able to effectively relieve pain on sensitive teeth, “explains Ariandes.