Restoration of front teeth
Restorative dentistry of the new millennium is becoming more conservative, and this trend is very convenient for both the dentist and his patient. Thanks to the latest generation of microhybrid…

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Orthodontic treatment at iStomatolog Clinic
Specialists of the iStomatolog clinic make their efforts, knowledge and experience in order to make the smiles of patients aesthetic. We strive to make the treatment process as convenient as…

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Ankylosis. Part I: Etiology, a look at the problem
Tooth ankylosis can be diagnosed in several ways: Lack of mobility or a distinct, stable sound when percussing with a hand tool (as a rule, this method is reliable only…

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What can be associated with increased tooth sensitivity?

Unpleasant symptoms are familiar to almost everyone and are unmistakably recognized. Teeth begin to respond to previously familiar hot coffee, ice cream, tea, cocktails. In advanced cases, even brushing your teeth, cold air in the street cause pain and discomfort. All these are signs of sensitive enamel, which requires emergency treatment. We will analyze the main causes that provoke this condition. Please note that if any of them are found, you need to visit the dentist.

Increased tooth sensitivity

Enamel abrasion due to aggressive cleaning
Many people prefer hard bristles, motivating the choice by the fact that it better and faster cleans plaque, hard deposits. This is true, but at the same time, such brushes literally clean the enamel itself, scratching and thinning it. It would be wise to replace the bristles with soft ones, and only occasionally use the hard option.

It’s even safer to put off abrasive models altogether, take care of your mouth carefully, and entrust dentists with ultrasound and Air Flow technology, powder cleaning. For home hygiene, thick thick soft and super soft villi are optimal, which carefully sweep out plaque, including from the interdental spaces. Almost all modern brands refuse to release hard options, focusing on just such models.

Thinning enamel
As a result of aggressive action on the tooth enamel, it has become so thin that it is practically visible

Enamel thinning after hard whitening
The fashion for a snow-white smile has never passed, and your favorite drinks, as a rule, only delay such whiteness of enamel. The constant consumption of coffee, tea, as well as smoking cause a natural yellowing – it is from him that people are trying to rid themselves of home whitening.

Even among professional preparations, aggressive peroxide mixtures are found that can lighten teeth by 6-7 tones per session. Along with this, they negatively affect the enamel, demineralizing it and violating the integrity. An even more dangerous effect is brought by folk remedies for bleaching based on coal, soda. They scratch the surface with small particles, as a result, yellowness quickly returns, and with it pathogenic bacteria and sensitivity to hot and cold.

The main rule of safe lightening: do not try to change the shade by more than 1-2 tones at a time, do not exceed the dosage or exposure time of the composition. Also use only certified dental products or visit a doctor’s office for this.

Enamel erosion from bulimia or gastroesophageal reflux
Bulimia is accompanied by irresistible vomiting after eating, and gastroesophageal reflux is accompanied by heartburn and involuntary upflow of contents from the esophagus. The acidic eructation that occurs in both of these cases consists of gastric juice. Hydrochloric acid in it, even in low concentrations, is harmful to enamel. It provokes small cracks, loss of smoothness and destruction of hard tissue. There is only one way out in this situation: first, focus on the treatment of pathology, and already along the way look for remineralizing pastes.

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What can be associated with increased tooth sensitivity?
Unpleasant symptoms are familiar to almost everyone and are unmistakably recognized. Teeth begin to respond to previously familiar hot coffee, ice cream, tea, cocktails. In advanced cases, even brushing your…

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