Tooth sensitivity

Definition Dentin hypersensitivity which is also known as tooth sensitivity – affects exposed root surfaces or tooth. Generally, when the enamel that protects our teeth gets thinner, or the occurrence of gum recession leads to exposing of the underlying surface, the dentin results in tooth sensitivity as the enamel that protects the tooth and root…

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Plaque and Tartar

Definition The colorless, sticky film of bacteria that is formed constantly on your teeth and along the gum lines is known as plaque. It contains bacteria that can cause cavities and gum disease. If not removed by flossing or brushing it can harden into tartar also called as calculus, which is the hardened film attached…

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10 toothbrushing mistakes you didn’t know you were making

  We all brush at least once a day, don’t we? And sometimes when we brush twice, we feel that we are taking painstaking efforts and still there is a toothache. Or a sensitivity problem. Aren’t we cleaning and scrubbing our teeth enough? What is going wrong? Fun fact. The harder and more vigorously you…

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