Sensitive Dental TreatmentSalih ÖNDER
What is Sensitive Teeth?
Tooth sensitivity has become a common problem in people. Tooth sensitivity, which develops over time, can be caused by incorrect tooth brushing techniques, lack of dental care, gum diseases, caries and tartar accumulation, and different operations performed in the mouth.
How Is Sensitive Tooth Treatment Applied?
Sensitive tooth treatment is a type of treatment that requires intermittent physician control. Application methods vary from person to person. It is one of the important factors for people to clean their mouth and teeth by paying attention to their toothpaste and toothbrushes. Fluoride can be applied to strengthen sensitive teeth and reduce pain. Tooth graft (gum treatment) can be performed in order to cause tooth sensitivity in the problems experienced in the gums. If it is not possible to relieve tooth sensitivity as a result of the treatments, root canal treatment can be performed by specialist physicians.
Causes of Sensitive Teeth
It is possible that the formation of sensitive teeth may vary according to different patient stories and the intraoral condition of the person. When we look at these, it can be caused by gum disease, tooth wear and inflammation, tooth whitening process and caries, tartar formation, different procedures performed inside the mouth.