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    Hypersensitivity of teeth: causes and methods of treatment.
    Hypersensitivity of teeth is a common disease that is characterized by a feeling of pain or discomfort when in contact with cold, hot, sour or sweet food. This problem can lead to significant discomfort and complicate proper nutrition and dental care.
    Increased Tooth Sensitivity: Causes and Methods of Treatment – VDM Dental Blog NY
    Symptoms of hypersensitivity of teeth:
    – Pain when taking cold, hot, sour or sweet food.
    – Pain when touching a toothbrush or brushing teeth.
    – Feeling of discomfort when taking cold drinks.
    Causes of hypersensitivity of teeth:
    – Erosion of tooth enamel.
    – Caries or other dental diseases.
    – Violation of proper oral hygiene.
    – The period after dental treatment, such as filling or teeth whitening.
    – Severe tooth grinding (bruxism).
    Treatment of hypersensitivity of teeth:
    Treatment of tooth sensitivity is aimed at reducing pain and eliminating the cause of the disease.
    – Avoid eating sour and sweet foods, as well as drinks containing dyes.
    – Use toothpastes for sensitive teeth.
    – Gently brush your teeth using a soft toothbrush.
    – Consult a dentist for professional dental cleaning and the use of special medications.
    – In some cases, dental treatment may be required, such as filling or teeth whitening.
    It is important to remember that self-medication can worsen the condition and lead to complications. Therefore, if symptoms of hypersensitivity of the teeth appear, it is necessary to consult a doctor for consultation and prescribing treatment.
    In conclusion, hypersensitivity of teeth is a common disease that can be successfully treated with the right approach. It is important to monitor your health and seek medical help if necessary.

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