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Oral Sensitivity and Reasons
3 January, 2022 by
Oral Sensitivity and Reasons
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If you can’t enjoy ice cream without feeling an indescribable pain in your teeth, then chances are you are suffering from tooth sensitivity. The case might not just be with the ice cream, but sometimes a hot tea or soup can do the same. 

So, what is tooth sensitivity or, broadly, oral sensitivity? Known as “Dentine Hypersensitivity,” in dentistry, oral sensitivity is the pain or discomfort you feel in the teeth as a response to certain stimuli, such as hot or cold temperatures. The most common triggers that induce pain are hot, cold, sweet, acidic food and beverages, brushing or flossing teeth, or the usage of alcohol-based mouthwashes. Possible causes behind this include tooth decay (cavities), fractured teeth, worn fillings, gum disease, worn tooth enamel and exposed tooth root. This can affect an individual tooth or your teeth altogether, and the pain can range from mild to intense. In tooth decay, broken teeth, and chipped teeth, you’ll likely only experience sensitivity in one particular tooth or region in the mouth instead of the majority of teeth.

Sometimes, chemical toothpastes and incorrect brushing techniques using the wrong brush can lead your enamel to wear away. Other conditions like Gastroesophageal Reflux (GERD), which causes acid to come up from the stomach and oesophagus, may wear down teeth over time and result in tooth sensitivity. Also, conditions that cause frequent vomiting, including Gastroparesis and Bulimia, can cause acid to wear down the enamel. 

Surprisingly, if your tooth sensitivity is mild, you can solve it with a slight change in your oral care regimen - use a toothpaste labelled for sensitive teeth. Also, using soft-bristled toothbrushes and brushing more gently makes a big difference. 

EDINORA SENSIPRO is a natural and edible oral care solution specially formulated for sensitivity issues without added painkillers/anesthetics. Made with Ayurvedic ingredients like Miswak, Licorice, Amla, Chebulic, Beleric, Dry ginger, Aloe vera, Black pepper, Clove bud, Cardamom, Lemon, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Rosemary, Neem, Turmeric, Virgin coconut oil, Forest honey, Bhimseni Camphor and Rock salt, Sensipro works best against oral sensitivity. It also cleans teeth without foam, helps remove bad breath, helps remove plaque, helps keep bleeding gums and gingival inflammation at bay, gives a pleasant taste, provides long-lasting freshness in the mouth, and improves oral health naturally.

Following the special method to clean your teeth along with EDINORA sensipro will help give a much needed relief for those suffering from Oral sensitivity.

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