The pain from tooth sensitivity is easily identifiable as it always appears to various stimuli but clearly recognizable: foods or very cold or very hot drinks, eating sweets or acidic substances, brushing teeth, pain when breathing cold air, etc..

The pain you feel is intense, very well located in the tooth that suffers and of short duration; just feels while performing the stimulus that causes it.

If the pain occurs is not related to a given stimulus and / or persists after it ceases or is not located well, probably not cause tooth sensitivity and could be due to the existence of underlying conditions, such as, dental caries.

Therefore, it is important to go to the clinic visit to the dentist can perform a scan and an accurate diagnosis.

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