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Toothache: What Do You Do for Sensitive Teeth?

  By posted Apr 26th 2012
Healthy Living

What is Tooth Sensitivity?

There are two kinds: Dentinal and Pulpal sensitivity.

Dentinal sensitivity – When your enamel has eroded and the middle layer is exposed.

Pulpal sensitivity – When the nerves at the heart of each tooth aches.

The difference -
  Pulpal sensitivity effects only one tooth.

 

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