Sensitive teeth aren’t just an irritation. They can also make it hard for you to eat and drink. For the most part, sensitive tooth pain is sharp, sudden, and temporary. The pain usually occurs when teeth are exposed to cold air or hot, cold, sweet, or acidic foods. Developing sensitive teeth can happen to anyone. Eroded enamel or exposed roots usually cause tooth sensitivity. However, teeth can become sensitive for a variety of reasons.
Many people turn to teeth whitening to remove surface stains and discoloration for a whiter smile. However, what they might not realize is that those whitening treatments can also cause tooth sensitivity. Peroxide & Charcoal ingredients in many teeth whitening products, can irritate the tooth nerve.
POPWHITE products provide a natural, sensitivity free approach to teeth whitening. Both POPWHITE primer and toner are peroxide & charcoal free. In addition, to meet the growing demand for fluoride free oral care, POPWHITE’s primer and toner are also fluoride free.
Brushing Too Hard
Brushing too hard or using a toothbrush that has hard bristles can wear down the enamel on teeth and cause the dentin to become exposed. Brushing too hard can also lead to gum recession and root exposure. This is why many dental professionals recommend that you use a soft-bristle toothbrush.
Your diet can also play a big role in your sensitive teeth. Regularly consuming acidic drinks and acidic foods, such as pickles, tea, tomatoes, and citrus fruits, can cause enamel to erode, which increases the likelihood of sensitivity
Prevent tooth sensitivity by using the right products that will not damage your tooth enamel.
POPWHITE Duo is a great tool to add to your oral hygiene routine to loosen dental plaque and add important ingredients to the teeth. Not only will you get a bright, beautiful smile; it will be a healthier smile.