I Have Sensitive Teeth

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    I Have a Solution For Sensitive Teeth!

       I highly recommend Savodent Sensitive Teeth Treatment if you suffer from sensitive teeth because I don’t think that any toothpaste actually fully relieves the sensitivity, however I have found that I have no problems what so ever with my teeth using the...
    gail1969 gail1969
    1 Response Jan 21, 2009


    I can feel the plaque that grows overnight and I have no choice but to brush my teeth.  I promise you, I have not missed a day of my life without brushing.  Another thing, I have to use straws because cold ice causes intense pain.  I can't take it.
    ichooselife ichooselife
    36-40, F
    Jul 14, 2008

    Should Have Put It Off Again!!!

    I have sensitive teeth and "pathetically thin" dentine. So it seems like they almost physically disappear if I am not brushing them, rinsing them and being good by not eating sweets! Of course they arent but the number of hideous trips to the dentist I have had to the dentist for...
    cosmicpete cosmicpete
    46-50, M
    1 Response Oct 21, 2011


    I've had sensitive teeth for as long as I can remember.  I eat ice cream a certain way so that it does not hurt as much.  I am also careful when I drink really cold stuff too or go from cold to hot.  I think they are getting worse though because it hurt when I bit...
    Valentine Valentine
    26-30, F
    1 Response Jun 26, 2008

    Flossing Is KEY

    Personally I found once I started flossing regularly every night, my sensitivity has disappeared. The dentists were right all along. I'm also not sure how effective it is, or if it's just a placebo effect, but I'm doing this thing called "oil pulling", where you swish olive oil...
    frankiesinatra frankiesinatra
    Apr 15, 2013

    Hot'n Cold

    Well the left side of my mouth is sensitive to hot thing and the right to cold things and today i got brace ... awesome (sarcasm)
    deleted deleted
    Mar 22, 2012

    When Cold

    My teeth only get sensitive when they are cold, for example when I eat ice cream or drink ice water. It actually hurts so much that I prefer to let my drinks cold foods get slightly warm before drinking/eating them. I'm also -not- sensitive to hard hits, like from a kid's head...
    Sparklepaws Sparklepaws
    18-21, M
    1 Response May 26, 2008


    I do have sensitive teeth, very sensitive! If food or drink is too cold, I have instant pain! And if it's too hot, PAIN! This is why I have to wait for my coffee to cool. And why I can never bite into ice-cream, unless I want to start crying! Coffee has to be warm for me to enjoy...
    deleted deleted
    1 Response Mar 26, 2009
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