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|With time and the proper treatment, tooth sensitivity can most likely be
Sensitive teeth may be the sign of a nerve problem, but in most cases they are just a nuisance. Tooth sensitivity can be caused by two factors: the erosion of enamel and receding gum lines. The enamel on your teeth and the gums that surround your teeth act to shied dentin, which is the layer of your tooth beneath the enamel. Tubules in the dentin lead to root nerves, which can erupt in pain when exposed to heat or cold.
Tooth sensitivity most commonly affects people between the ages of 25 and 30, but can appear at any age. With time and the proper treatment, tooth sensitivity can most likely be cured. Here are six easy ways to combat tooth sensitivity at home. If you try these at-home cures for tooth sensitivity for one month and get no relief, it's time to consult your dentist.
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