Discover the World of Tooth Sensitivity

Oral health is an important aspect of your health that you should put attention to in order to avoid any problems such as tooth sensitivity. The dental condition is also called dentin hypersensitivity, affecting the exposed root or tooth surfaces. Sensitive teeth occur when the tooth enamel gets thinner and weaker, leaving the tooth unprotected. Tooth sensitivity also happens due to gum recession that leads to the exposure of the underlying surface.

The signs and symptoms of tooth sensitivity include a searing and painful sensation if you eat or drink hot or cold food and beverages. The thing about sensitive teeth is that the pain could eventually come and go but may become more chronic and serious without proper treatment. According to survey from the dental association in the US, up to 57% of Americans suffer from tooth sensitivity.

Smile by Jiveh guarantees dental care to protect you from the pain and discomforts of tooth sensitivity. Consult with us!

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