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Can anyone suggest a home remedy for tooth sensitivity?

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Posted by: Olneved  (3 years ago)
Hey, friends! I had braces and a lot of the brackets were placed close to the gum line so I have a good bit of recession on a lot of my teeth, which causes a lot of sensitivity. I can eat cold foods, but I have to alter the way in which I eat them to keep them away from my teeth. I develop the sensitivity pain very often, with no trigger. I usually have to go in to have something done about it at that point. I've tried toothpaste like Sensodyne which helps sometimes, I am planning to visit my family dentistry, Sierra Dental, Calgary. But before that can anyone suggest a home remedy for tooth sensitivity?
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Posted by: DanyRoden  (3 years ago)
Must use a soft toothbrush. Add a quarter teaspoon of baking soda to quarter glass of water, Rinse your mouth with it. A fluoride rinse will also help to control sensitive teeth. Avoid sugary and acidic foods. Hope it will helps you.
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Hey, friends! I had braces and a lot of the brackets were placed close to the gum line so I have a good bit of recession on a lot of my teeth, which causes a lot of sensitivity. I can eat cold foods, but I have to alter the way in which I eat them to keep them away from my teeth. I develop the sensitivity pain very often, with no trigger. I usually have to go in to have something done about it at that point. I've tried toothpaste like Sensodyne which helps sometimes, I am planning to visit my family dentistry, Sierra Dental, Calgary. But before that can anyone suggest a home remedy for tooth sensitivity?


Nope. But the dentist has more powerful remedies than toothpaste with potassium nitrate. YOUR JOB- Wet a Q-tip, freeze it, then touch different teeth with it in front of the bathroom mirror. Try to find the teeth most sensitive so the dentist can treat these first.
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