Health Tip: Avoid Tooth Sensitivity
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Here's how you can reduce your risk
(HealthDay News) -- If a tooth delivers a sharp pain any time you brush or chew on that side, you may have a problem called tooth hypersensitivity.
A recent study published in the Journal of the American Dental Association suggested that these practices be avoided:
- Aggressive tooth brushing.
- Whitening or abrasive toothpaste.
- Clenching the jaw.
- Consuming acidic drinks.
- Using tobacco.
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