We have all encountered dental problems such as painful teeth when drinking cold water, eating sour,… but most of us do not care about these signs early until these symptoms occur more frequently and affect the quality of daily life.
Understanding harmful effects from these “small but not small” symptoms will help you take timely responses to keep your teeth healthy.
Sensitive teeth is a very common symptom, that you get hurt when using food, drinks too hot or too cold , eating high acidic foods (the fruits are sour, vinegar…), and happens when your enamel is damaged. Dentin is a layer covered with tooth enamel, there are small holes that the ivory tubes contain nerve branches coming from the root canal. When the enamel layer is worn out and the teeth exposed, the nerve branches to the root canal come in direct contact with the food hot, cold, sour,… or mechanical impacts like chewing hard gear, brushing your teeth can also make teeth feel ridiculous.
Brushing too hard or toothbrush with a high level of peroxide whitening can cause tooth sensitivity. In addition, diet with too much acid-containing foods such as orange juice, lemon,… for a long period of time also cause the same condition.
To reduce the risk of exposing the dentures leads to sensitive teeth, immediately when get hurt eating hot or cold… you need to change your brushing habits and diet. When brushing your teeth, you need to choose soft bristle brushes and toothpastes for sensitive teeth.
Also if the tooth symptoms of teeth are accompanied by foul-smelling breathing, around the red swollen gums and bleeding, it is a symptom of gingivitis, you need to go to the doctor for timely examination and treatment.
Gingivitis is also a common symptom, exposing the ivory resulting in sensitive teeth. The cause of a drop in tooth gums is due to a technical wrong brushing, which expose the tooth and causes teeth sensitivity. Morever, this cause the loss of aesthetics, and reduces self-confidence
To reduce the consequences of gingivitis, you can manually take care of your teeth at home by changing the habit of brushing and diet. The brush should be picked with soft bristle to reduce the risk of gum injury when brushing your teeth. For toothpaste, it is recommended to choose the cream that can reduce the effect of gingivitis.
In addition, after brushing, using fluoride mouthwashes 1 time/day is recommended to reduce the phenomenon of sensitive teeth. If you’re on diets, you need to limit the beverage food that contains many acids, carbonated water, yogurt and foods that increase the sensation of burning teeth. Also, if you have a drop in the gums accompanied by painful symptoms, the gums are swollen red… Doctor should go to the treatment because this is a symptom of gingivitis.
With the knowledge of sensitive teeth as well as harm from tooth symptoms, you are ready to immediately process the attacks when they just “visit” and take care of your teeth.