Sometimes, after teeth whitening, you might end up with sensitive teeth.
When you have sensitive teeth, certain activities, such as brushing, eating and drinking, can cause sharp, temporary pain in your teeth. Sensitive teeth are typically the result of worn tooth enamel or exposed tooth roots.
If this occurs, here are a few tips:
1. Strengthen Your Enamel
Use a sensitivity toothpaste with ingredients such as potassium nitrate to relieve the pain associated with tooth sensitivity. There are also many products that contain all-natural ingredients that are less harsh than their synthetic counterparts.
2. Fluoride Rinse
Fluoride can help strengthen and even rebuilt some lost enamel. Try this natural wonder in liquid form to quickly and efficiently coat your teeth. Scientists agree that fluoride is effective and safe.
3. Chew gum:
This suggestion may sound odd. You may be thinking, how does giving your teeth more work help soothe them? However, chewing sugar-free gum produces saliva that helps to harden tooth enamel. Be sure you’ve purchased a sugar-free option. Sugary gums leave behind a residue that can inevitably worsen the conditions causing your sensitivity!
4. Skip the Whitening Treatment
Avoid whitening for a while and give your teeth a break and stop using whitening products
5. Preventive. Preventive. Preventive
While you cannot turn back the clock, you can avoid staining foods such as coffee, tea, and red wine.
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