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Oneside of my teeths are rough why it is so? And I have also sensitive problem?

8 doctors weighed in
Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree

In brief: A dentist can help

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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!

In brief: 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!
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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Dr. Patricia Mcgarry
There an liquid that we can paint on your teeth called Superseal and it works great!
Dr. David Satloff
The most common reason for tooth roughness along with sensitivity is from clenching/grinding. Sensitive teeth resonate with Arnica or Hypericum. Appropriate tx is using the supplements with wearing a niteguard.
Dr. Jonathan Engel
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Abrassion??

If you clench or grind your teeth, if you have gastric reflux you could abrade tooth strucutre and expose dentin.
This would lead to sensitivity along with the nerve being inflammed from constant trauma.

In brief: Abrassion??

If you clench or grind your teeth, if you have gastric reflux you could abrade tooth strucutre and expose dentin.
This would lead to sensitivity along with the nerve being inflammed from constant trauma.
Dr. Jonathan Engel
Dr. Jonathan Engel
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Dr. Abel Loredo
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Toothbrush abrasion

Toothbrush abrasion is a common condition created when you place too much force with your toothbrush over the front or back surfaces of your teeth during brushing.
It forms deep ruts on the enamel or exposed root surfaces causing causing sensativity to cold air or foods. If you are wearing out and replacing toothbrushes often, you need to be more gentle with your brushing. Use a soft brisel brush.

In brief: Toothbrush abrasion

Toothbrush abrasion is a common condition created when you place too much force with your toothbrush over the front or back surfaces of your teeth during brushing.
It forms deep ruts on the enamel or exposed root surfaces causing causing sensativity to cold air or foods. If you are wearing out and replacing toothbrushes often, you need to be more gentle with your brushing. Use a soft brisel brush.
Dr. Abel Loredo
Dr. Abel Loredo
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