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Oneside Of My Teeths Are Rough Why It Is So And I Have Also Sensitive Problem
A dentist can help: Healthtap currently does not have dentists as medical experts. A rough surface on teeth may be due to enamel problems, which can be a genetic trait. A dentist can evaluate, give a diagnosis, and offer treatment. Maybe there are protective liquid medications that can be applied to the teeth. A dentist will know. Thanks for using healthtap! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sensitive Teeth: Sensitive teeth can range from recession of the gums, abfraction (flexing of tooth), cracks and fractures of teeth, cavities to other pathology's can cause sensitive teeth from air to cold/hot liquids, candy, etc. Sensitive teeth can be treated from simple mouthwashes to other treatment such as restorations. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Teeth cleaned about 2 weeks ago. Since have a tooth sensitive to cold. Will it subside? Had a full series of xrays recently no problem noted then.
Scaling? : Sometimes scaling or the use of instruments near the gumline of your tooth can cause sensitivity especially if you have had recession (or the wearing away of the gums) in that area. Contact your dentist who can apply a desensitizing agent on the tooth. You can also try sensodyne toothpaste for sensitive teeth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm starting to have problems with my teeth like bleeding and sensitive to cold things, is this cause I use the wrong toothpaste?
Wrong toothrush...: Any toothpaste usually is adequate. If you use a hard/medium bristle tooth brush, you may injure the gum, causing recession and sensitivity. Gum recession will expose the root uncovered and causing sensitivity. Malocclusion also causes gum recession. Check with your dentist. ...Read more
My front left tooth has been sensitive to everything cold, even air. My dentist couldn't find the problem after x rays & inspection. What could it be?
After I removed my braces, I noticed that my bracketed teeth have become extremely sensitive. I am thinking either the enamel wore down in those teeth or my gums receded and the roots have become exposed. Can eitherof those problems be corrected fully?
Make sure: It.Would be best to discuss your concerns with the doctor that treated you . The sensitivity may be controlled by your dentist. Root resorption can be evaluated radiograhicly (x-rays), and gingival recession, if severe enough, may require treatment from a periodontist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Please help! what is the best mouthwash to use if you have receding gums or sensitive teeth from that problem?
Gum recession: Gum recession does not respond to mouthwash use. There's a reason why your gums are receding and mouthwash will not stop the recession. A Fluoride containing mouthwash, such as act or phosflur, may reduce sensitivity. N to address the recession issue see your dentist, or ask for referral to a gum/bone specialist, a periodontist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Terrible headache,sometimes lower back pain,gum hurts,sensitive teeth,speeding&slowing heartbeat,chest pain.No serious problem detected at the clinic?
Stress possibly.: Your symptoms are very vague and do not point to a single illness. If you are going through some kind of stressful situation in your life or hove anxiety, then that would cause all the symptoms. if not then you should go and see your regular physician for a complete checkup to rule out any proble. For the tooth and gum problem you should see a dentist. ...Read more
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