Tips 📘 for Dealing with Sensitivity 😣 after Teeth Whitening 😁 Treatment 💉 ...

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Your smile is looking fresh and bright, but chances are you're trying to figure out how to deal with sensitivity after teeth whitening treatment.

Tooth whitening treatments are both popular, and, providing they're correctly and appropriately used, a safe way of achieving a whiter smile and the increase in self confidence that comes with it.

The major downside of treating stains and discoloration is that you might feel a degree of discomfort after the treatment.

This can generally be fairly easily managed.

Here's some sensible advice on how to deal with sensitivity after teeth whitening treatment. Thanks to stvincentsmile.co.uk for giving me these tips to share with you!

1. Understanding the Problem

Understanding why you're in pain is always reassuring and is your first step in how to deal with sensitivity after teeth whitening treatment.

Most of the time, discomfort after teeth whitening is caused by the bleaching agents used in the whitening formulas.

This soaks into the enamel that protects teeth and makes the tooth nerve more sensitive.

It's unlikely that you'll feel pain while the whitening product is being applied, instead you'll become aware of it when you drink or eat something hot, cold, acidic or sugary after the treatment.

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