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Each Fifth Person Suffers from Teeth Hypersensitivity

Each Fifth Person Suffers from Teeth Hypersensitivity

Each fifth person suffers from the teeth hypersensitivity. And only half of sufferers come to the specialist. The dentist does not always define etiology (origin, cause) of this disease. However, you will be given good professional advice, making life much easier in this case. So, if pain suddenly appears at different times, if the teeth feel hot/cold, sour/sweet, and you have thin enamel, you must follow some rules.

Remember to brush your teeth only 30 minutes after meal. After taking acidic foods or beverages (including green tea), you ought to rinse your mouth. Do not use an electric toothbrush in the period of aggravation of sensitivity.

It is critically important to use a high-quality toothbrush and special toothpaste. Your teeth need very gentle care, therefore the brush should have soft or very soft, carefully polished bristles. The tips of the bristles should be rounded. The quality of the bristles processing is crucial, therefore, it is worth using well-known brush brands, desirably not manufactured in the third-world countries. Otherwise, to the sensitive teeth, you will probably gain vulnerable gums.

Only special toothpastes with low abrasiveness and medical components can provide gentle care. Never use whitening toothpastes, particularly if they include soda or peroxide, even if you dream of the Hollywood smile. These pastes usually have high abrasiveness, i.e. high ability to erase the enamel, their use leads to increased hypersensitivity. Do not believe the statement that chalky toothpastes do not harm the enamel.

Chalk is an aggressive component and it scratches teeth quite violently. In good modern toothpastes, as an abrasive, silicon dioxide is most commonly used having controlled abrasiveness. It allows creating toothpastes not injuring the enamel. Toothpastes for sensitive teeth are comparable with children's toothpastes by their abrasion. Such toothpastes remove or alleviate pain. They help to restore the enamel. And they have to clean teeth well, but in practice it does not happen exactly because of the low abrasiveness.

The German medical-prophylactic paste El-ce med Brillant Sesitiv Weiss (Weiss Elsimed Brillant Sensetiv) is different from other toothpastes of this specialization first of all by the quality of brushing. This paste is characteristic of the biologically active complex (which includes, in particular, and pineapple extract), which destroys the plaque not injuring the enamel. Potassium salts in the El-ce med Sesitiv stop pain by restoring the ion exchange. You will feel the improvement after a few days of use. The monthly course of El-ce med Sesitiv (2 times a day) will change your life for the better. Another couple of months of using this toothpaste in the evening to strengthen the effect and you can enjoy hot tea, chocolate or ice cream again.

Do not forget to repeat the preventive course 1-2 times a year or in case of repeated sensitivity. The rest of the time, it is preferable to use the same low-abrasive toothpastes, such as El-ce med Brillant Gel Fresche Depot (Elsimed Brillant Gel Fresh Depot) or El-ce med Krauter plus (Elsimed Kroyter plus) manufactured by German company Dental-Kosmetik GmbH. They care about teeth and gums and protect against caries, gum and mucous diseases.

If the teeth do not give you trouble and there is a need to restore their natural colour, you could try a soft whitening toothpaste El-ce med Complete plus Whitening (Elsimed Complete plus Vaytening). The toothpaste does not include any corrosive components and has no contraindications. Just use El-ce med and be healthy.

The sensitivity of teeth is among the diseases increasingly observed in dental practice. Very many of the patients have experienced sharp piercing pain in teeth inhaling cold air, brushing teeth, taking acid, hot or cold meals, carbonated beverages. That creates discomfort in the mouth.

Irritants when touching zones devoid of enamel of teeth cause the painful reaction of nerve receptors in the dentine, which is transmitted to the tooth pulp and provokes a sharp, piercing pain.

However, the teeth sensitivity can occur even without visible damage of the tooth enamel. This may be the aftereffect of the exposure of the teeth necks or demineralization of enamel. What is the remedy in this case, if there is no cavity, in fact, but there is sensitivity to hot and cold agents?

The tooth zones deprived of enamel teeth are covered with nanocomposite material for sealing the bare dentine, which reduces the sensitivity of the teeth.

The method of treatment of the tooth hyperesthesia is a method of "deep fluoridation". It leads to an effective remineralization of enamel. This method is more physiological, since it results in natural decrease in the enamel micropores with the preservation of tooth tissue. The method is also used for the preventing primary caries, fissure mineral sealing (grooves on the chewing surfaces of posterior teeth), reducing the sensitivity of the tooth neck.