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What is tooth sensitivity?
Tooth sensitivity is a condition where teeth are painfully responsive to external stimuli, particularly temperature changes.
What causes tooth sensitivity?
Enamel erosion, gum recession, cavities, teeth grinding, and consumption of acidic foods are common causes of tooth sensitivity.
How does desensitizing tooth gel work?
Desensitizing tooth gel works by blocking the pain signals within the tooth and strengthening the enamel.
What ingredients are found in desensitizing tooth gel?
Active ingredients commonly include potassium nitrate, strontium chloride, and fluoride.
How is desensitizing tooth gel different from regular toothpaste?
Desensitizing tooth gel specifically targets nerve sensitivity and often has a higher concentration of active ingredients for relief.
Should I use desensitizing tooth gel regularly?
Yes, for maximum effectiveness, it should be used consistently as directed by a dental professional.
Are there any professional treatments for tooth sensitivity?
Yes, dentists can provide professional-grade desensitizing treatments with higher active ingredient concentrations.
Can desensitizing tooth gel cure sensitivity permanently?
While it cannot cure sensitivity permanently, it can provide significant and sometimes long-lasting relief.
What should I consider when choosing a desensitizing tooth gel?
Consider your level of sensitivity, dental history, and consult with a dentist to find an appropriate product.
What if my tooth sensitivity persists after using desensitizing gel?
If sensitivity continues, revisit the dentist for further evaluation and potential alternative treatments.