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i have really sensitive teeth - October 9th 2010, 02:32 AM

like whenever i drink cold or hot food or even sweet they start hurt I got a few fillings about 6 months ago and i think theyre more sensitve now even when its cold out and i open my mouth they hurt.

should i go to the dentist? i already told my dentist that my teeth were really sensitive and he told me to buy that toothpaste called "sensodyne" or something like that but i didnt see much change.



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Re: i have really sensitive teeth - October 9th 2010, 03:37 AM

You should probably see your dentist



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Re: i have really sensitive teeth - October 9th 2010, 03:41 AM

My teeth are the same way. Ever since I started using the Crest Pro-Health Enamel Shield toothpaste I don't have problems. I can tell a major difference if I use something else because they start becoming sensitive again. You should give it a try. You should start to feel a difference after the first couple of days.
   
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Re: i have really sensitive teeth - October 9th 2010, 03:46 AM

Hey. I did a quick google search for home remedies for sensitive teeth. there were quite a few articles, all with basically the same information. Here's the link to one.
http://worldental.org/teeth/5-home-r...tive-teeth/15/
Maybe try some of the things there? Like putting toothpaste on your teeth w/ your finger before bedtime and not rinsing it and using a flouride rinse.
If it keeps up I'd go see my dentist. They might have some more tricks up their sleeves to help you out.



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Re: i have really sensitive teeth - October 9th 2010, 03:48 AM

Idea above is a good idea, but you should also see your dentist again, and if they are still no help, maybe switch dentists?

I really hope you feel better soon as I know tooth aches can really be a downer


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Re: i have really sensitive teeth - October 9th 2010, 05:42 PM

hey, i use crest pro health enamel shield too, and found it to help more than the sensodyne toothpaste.




   
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Re: i have really sensitive teeth - October 20th 2010, 10:00 PM

Hey, I used to use Sensodyne too, but it sucked, so I started using Crest Pro Health, and it's much better!


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Re: i have really sensitive teeth - October 21st 2010, 03:14 AM

Hey

You should definitely try Crest Pro Health Enamel Shield. I heard that it really helps and the posters above me have recommended it. If it doesn't help, you should speak to your dentist about this.

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