Tooth Sensitivity After Brushing With Baking Soda  

It goes without saying that most of us associate white shining teeth with good oral hygiene. However, there are many people who have perfect oral hygiene habits but they may have discolored teeth. Many of us end up having discolored teeth due to drinking of tea and coffee which up staining our teeth.

In order to get white sparkling teeth, people try any and everything. One of the most popular home remedies for teeth whitening is brushing the teeth with baking soda. It is considered to be the safest method of teeth whitening. Although baking soda is an abrasive, it is considered to be less harmful on the teeth compared to the abrasives present in whitening toothpaste and other teeth whitening products. Baking soda is known not only to get rid of stains but also odor causing bacteria.

However, there are some people who experience tooth sensitivity after brushing with baking soda. This could be for many reasons. As mentioned earlier that baking soda is an abrasive and if you use it too frequently, there is a risk that you will wear off the enamel from your teeth and thus, exposing the sensitive dentin. Once the dentin is exposed, you will experience tooth sensitivity whenever you eat or drink hot and cold foods and beverages. You could also experience the sensitivity when applying pressure with your tongue or breathing in cold air.

Usually people using baking soda for teeth whitening purpose should not use it more than two to three times a week. And, in case you do suffer from tooth sensitivity after brushing with baking soda, it is recommended that you apply fluoride on your teeth to help lessen the discomfort. You could also try using toothpaste for sensitive teeth. Usually the sensitivity disappears after a few days but if it persists, it is advisable that you contact your dentist immediately.

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Tooth-Sensitivity-And-Natural-Cause      Many people suffer from tooth sensitivity. In fact, in America nearly 45 million adults have sensitive teeth. Teeth sensitivity causes a sharp pain when a person drinks or eats hot, cold or sour foods or drinks. This condition usually occurs because the enamel has worn away and the underlying dentin is exposed. More..




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