Tooth Desensitization

Relief from tooth sensitivity and unnecessary pain

  • Long term solution for sensitive teeth
  • Significantly increased patient comfort
  • Simple, walk in, walk out procedure
  • Faster, safer and more effective

Dentin Hypersensitivity Affects a Patient's Quality of Life

Dentine hypersensitivity (DHS) or cervical dentinal sensitivity is one of the most commonly encountered dental problems. It is characterized by short, sharp pain arising from exposed dentine in response to stimuli, typically thermal, evaporative, tactile, osmotic or chemical and which cannot be ascribed to any other dental defects or pathology. Hypersensitivity may present on several teeth, in one area of the mouth, or on one specific tooth. It can significantly affect an individual’s quality of life, impede effective oral hygiene, and subsequently affect aesthetics. As dental professionals, you can be at the forefront of patient education and management of dentin hypersensitivity, and make positive changes to the lives of your patients.

What are the Main Causes for DHS?

Dentin is covered by enamel in the crown region and by cementum in the radicular region. When the enamel or cementum is removed, the underlying dentin will be exposed along with the dentine tubules, producing dentin hypersensitivity. DHS occurs by loss of protective covering over the dentin, leading to the exposure and opening of dentinal tubules.

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