Does the thought of biting into something cold or drinking a hot beverage make you wince? You aren’t alone! According to a survey published in the Journal of the American Dental Association, as many as one in eight Americans suffer from oral sensitivity.
The good news? With some TLC, regular dental visits, and proper oral hygiene, gum and/or teeth sensitivity can be treated.
Let’s start by identifying which form of sensitivity you are experiencing.
The outermost layer on the exposed part of your teeth is the enamel. It is a hard surface which serves to protect the inner layers….