What is dental sensitivity?

Tooth sensitivity is a transient pain, due to the retraction of the gums that they leave exposed in the root of the tooth.

It can also be caused by the wear of the enamel, leaving the dentin exposed, which when losing the enamel layer loses its protection and is affected.

If you feel constant pain when you eat hot or cold foods and drinks, contact us so that we can evaluate your case.

Dental sensitivity is one of the first symptoms of dental diseases that, if not treated in time, can be harmful. This can advance to a deep cavity that ends with the extraction of a tooth.

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