That Shock of Pain Could Be Tooth Sensitivity
Have you ever experienced pain in your front teeth after taking a bite of ice cream? Even though it may last only a second or 2, that short, sharp pain could be a sign of sensitive teeth.
Not every tooth needs to be sensitive to have tooth sensitivity; it can strike in localized areas. Conditions like enamel erosion or receding gums can make your teeth sensitive.
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Sensodyne is a daily toothpaste that is specifically formulated to help relieve and protect against sensitive teeth—even from that minor twinge of pain you may experience after eating or drinking hot or cold foods and beverages.
It’s important to note that if you are experiencing symptoms of sensitivity, speak with your dentist to rule out anything more serious.