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Somtimes Mild-Severe Pain

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Posted by: mwjmbarney  (9 years ago)
The pain occurs when I inhale, and I was wondering if there was anything I can do to prevent it. It only affects my front teeth, and I don't have cavities there either. It doesn't always happen but when it does it hurts.
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Posted by: Orygunpam  (9 years ago)
Try picking up some Sensodyne or MI paste (from your dentist) and applying a "schmeer" of it on your teeth at night before going to bed...let it stay on there over night. Just a little dab should do it. Some people have sensitive teeth... try avoiding acidic foods...
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Posted by: glaizeredeye  (9 years ago)
Hello mwjmbarney,

Using a fluoride toothpaste and mouth rinse will also help in reducing the sensitivity. You may also have your dental hygienist to treat this. He will clean your teeth. After cleaning, he will apply a fluoride varnish to your teeth.
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Hi everybody!

Indeed, it sounds like you have sensitive teeth necks; compounds containing “arginine” are also helpful in this case.

All the best!
LG M.C. Hurtarde
Posted 9 years ago
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