Anything i can do for sensitive teeth?!

Question: Anything i can do for sensitive teeth!?
every time i eat cold stuff like taking a bite in ice-cream or maybe something else on my left side my molars always seem to be in pain a lot it is mainly coldish food!. i haven't brushed my teeth since the summer i mean i would brush them like once every month ( i know disgusting) but i want to know if i can get rid of the sensitivityWww@Answer-Health@Com

use a very soft toothbrush, and get a specialty toothpaste for sensitive teeth!. Brush right after every time you finish a meal or snack!.

Arm & Hammer has a great one, but Colgate also has an effective one!.
or get one that also builds your enamel back

Spend the $5 and greatly improve your brushing schedule before you develop problems that will cost you hundreds !Www@Answer-Health@Com

OMG!!! Arent you wondering why they are hurting!?!?!? Ideally you should brush your teeth 2ce a day, in the morning after breakfast & at night time just before you go to bed, so the flouride in your toothpaste does its job whilst your asleep!. If they are "sore" or sensitive to hot or cold, then its definetly something to do with the nerves, & your nerves are down at the bottom of your roots of your teeth, in other words your looking at paying big $$$, could be a root canal or crown if thats not successful!. Might be a wake up call to start looking after them alot better!. see a dentist ASAP because your teeth are unforgiving when they are not happy!. Good luck!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

Hon, you either have a cavity or you have tooth decay that has reached the nerve of your tooth and is causing pain!. Either way, you have to start taking better care of your teeth and gums or eventually all your teeth will rot out and you will be in terrible pain until they fall out!. I am not kidding!. The only way to ease the pain is to see a dentist ASAP!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

I get the same thing- I use Sensodyne tooth paste for sensitive teeth!. Also use a very soft tooth brush when you brush!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

sensodyne tooth paste and a soft bristled tooth brush

and lay off the sweetsWww@Answer-Health@Com

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