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The hydrodynamic theory helps explain why dentin hypersensitivity occurs.
Common stimuli, or triggers, of dentin hypersensitivity include: beverages that are cold, hot, sweet or sour; cold air; and aggressive brushing or flossing.
Dentin hypersensitivity (DHS) is a common oral health problem affecting one or more teeth of many adult individuals.
The primary causes of dentin hypersensitivity are enamel loss on tooth crown and gingival recession exposing the tooth root.
Additionally, Benco Dental is utilizing its sale force to promote REME--SENSE(TM) directly to dental professionals recognizing that over 40 million Americans experience dentin hypersensitivity.
New data presented at the recent International Association for Dental Research meeting reinforce evidence supporting the efficacy of Colgate[R] Sensitive Pro-Relief[TM] desensitizing paste in providing instant and lasting relief from dentin hypersensitivity.
Sensodyne has been trusted by patients and professionals for more than 40 years and is clinically proven to relieve dentin hypersensitivity within two weeks.
Teeth sensitivity, also called dentin hypersensitivity, is one of the most common dental complaints, with approximately one in five adults suffering from the problem.