How to cure sensitive teeth?

@lady1993 (20065)
December 2, 2011 3:36pm CST
My teeth have been quite sensitive these past few days, especially if I eat something sweet- when I bite into it, my teeth kind of hurts- don't know why. I have seen a commercial of sensodyne which cures this, but you can't rally trust commercials these days. What is the cure for sensitive teeth?
4 responses
@gloryacam (5546)
• Philippines
3 Dec 11
Try the product. Most times those products work. It has for me. If they don't maybe you could ask help from your dentist. I believe even Colgate has a brand for sensitive teeth now.
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@saundyl (9690)
• Canada
5 Dec 11
Sensodym does help...but its always a good idea to consult your dentist. They'll be able to tell you if you have a cavity thats making it sensitive or what is wrong.
@stanley777 (7177)
• Philippines
3 Dec 11
There are some brands of toothpaste that are especially made for sensitive teeth, you could try them. You could also consult your dentist about your problem. I just hope your problem will be solve sooner, because I know how it feels to have sensitive teeth.
@marguicha (102194)
• Chile
2 Dec 11
Those toothpastes with lots of fluor are very good. I have used Sensodyne at it helps. Use a soft brush while your teeth are sensitive and a mouthwash. I hope this helps.