How to deal with sensitive teeth in 30 seconds

Sensitive teeth or dentin hypersensitivity are common and often experienced by many people. This is a common clinical condition caused by an open layer of dentine. This can occur due to loss of enamel on the teeth. But you don't need to worry, because now you can deal with sensitive teeth in only 30 seconds.

Sensitive teeth are often experienced by people aged 20-40 years. This condition often causes discomfort to the sufferer. Many things can cause your teeth to become sensitive. During this time cold food or drink is often associated as one of the triggers of sensitive teeth or becoming painful.

On the other hand, an urban lifestyle that is instant and dense can also trigger sensitive teeth. On the other hand, a healthy diet such as drinking infused water and consumption of fruit juices that are high in acidic levels can also result in sensitive teeth.

One thing that is also a concern is the trend of today's young generation who always want to look perfect by doing cosmetic dental care, such as bleaching and veneers. Without realizing this kind of dental care can also cause your teeth to become vulnerable to sensitive teeth.

Recognize signs and causes of deeper sensitive teeth

According to a survey conducted by Unilever through the independent research body IPSOS in 2018, it shows that 1 in 5 population in Indonesia, or 19% of the total population, has complaints of sensitive teeth. Patients with sensitive teeth were divided into two categories, namely patients with mild sensitive teeth (13%) and patients with severe sensitive teeth (6%).

Of the total sufferers of sensitive teeth, 93% of sufferers did not take any action to deal with complaints of sensitive teeth. The survey also shows that sufferers of sensitive teeth also experience gum disease, ulcers in the mouth, rocking teeth, and email erosion in the teeth.

If you often feel pain in your teeth when you eat cold and sour foods, you can assume that you have complaints of sensitive teeth. There are a number of other signs that indicate that your teeth are sensitive, as well as the following:

  • Recession or decreased gums due to gum infection or gingivitis
  • Dental abrasion due to the wrong way to brush your teeth so that it causes dentin to open and your teeth to get sore easily
  • After Treatment teeth such as scaling (cleaning tartar), or bleaching and veneers cause teeth to become more susceptible to pain
  • Tooth erosion due to food and drinks that contain high levels of acid or carbonation causes stimulation to the dentine that opens, causing a sense of pain
  • Complaints of sensitive teeth and gingivitis are generally susceptible to suffered by women who are in pregnancy
Complaints of sensitive teeth can generally be avoided if you perform effective dental care and maintenance. In addition, sensitive teeth can be reduced by using sensitive and regular toothpaste. And don't forget to always visit your dentist at least every 6 months for routine checks and further treatment.

How to deal with sensitive teeth in 30 seconds

Sensitive tooth problems are a serious concern for Pepsodent. Because, there are still many people who do not know what to do when experiencing sensitive teeth.

In order to help those who experience sensitive teeth, Pepsodent reintroduces special toothpaste products that are now known as the new, Sensitive Expert by Pepsodent.

Through the technology and formulas possessed, this toothpaste is able to relieve pain in sensitive teeth within 30 seconds. Besides that it is also able to prevent the discomfort from coming back.

Sensitive Expert by Pepsodent has a special content that is able to do it all in an instant. The ingredients that are superior in this toothpaste product are:
  • Potassium Citrate, functions to relieve the feeling of nerve pain in sensitive teeth quickly
  • Hydroxyapatite / HAP Mineral, able to enter and close tubules or ducts that are open and prevent stimulation of causes of pain in the nerve teeth
  • Zinc Citrate, serves to inhibit bacterial metabolism and is clinically proven to maintain gum health, and can prevent a decrease in gums and reduce the risk of tooth sensitivity in the future

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