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Take the Tooth Sensitivity Check!

Do you have sensitive teeth? Take part in the digital Tooth Sensitivity questionnaire to find out.

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<strong>Edwin Heng,</strong><br />Oral Care Expert

Edwin Heng,
Oral Care Expert

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Do you ever experience unpleasant teeth sensation (Gigi Ngilu) when eating or drinking?

When does the tooth sensitive sensation occur? Tick more than one if applicable.

How many times a day do you brush your teeth?

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How hard do you normally brush your teeth?

What type of toothbrush do you use?

Can you relate to any of the following when eating or drinking? Tick the one that is most applicable.

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Have you noticed your gums receding?

It sounds like you may have sensitive teeth.

It sounds like you may not have sensitive teeth at this time. I hope you keep enjoying your favourite foods and drinks.

From your answers there's a possibility you may develop sensitivity in the future. Be sure to visit your dentist for a full assessment.

It sounds like you may have sensitive teeth.

It sounds like you may have sensitive teeth.

From your answers there's a possibility you may develop sensitivity in the future. Be sure to visit your dentist for a full assessment.

Hot drinks can trigger sensitive teeth. Using a sensitivity toothpaste can help you enjoy your favourite drinks again.

Sour foods and drinks can trigger sensitive teeth. Using a sensitivity toothpaste can help you enjoy your favourite food and drinks again.

Hard brushing can trigger sensitive teeth. Using a soft toothbrush and gentle brushing with a sensitivity toothpaste can help to overcome the discomfort.

Cold drinks can trigger sensitive teeth. Using a sensitivity toothpaste can help you enjoy your favourite drinks again.

Sweets can trigger sensitive teeth. Using a sensitivity toothpaste can help you enjoy your favourite food again.

Cold air can trigger sensitive teeth. Using a sensitivity toothpaste to help overcome the discomfort.

Your unpleasant tooth sensation is due to sensitive teeth. Using a sensitivity toothpaste can help you enjoy your favourite food and drinks again.

Proper brushing habits are crucial to avoid sensitive teeth. Brushing too hard can increase the risk of damage to your enamel and gums, which may, over time, lead to sensitive teeth. Always be sure to brush gently but thoroughly, twice a day, and consider using a soft/medium bristle toothbrush.

Gum recession can lead to dentine exposure, which increases the risk of sensitive teeth.

I'm pleased to let you know you don't need to avoid eating ice cream, or wait for your ice cream to melt before eating it. Simply using a sensitivity toothpaste could help you to enjoy your ice cream, served cold as it should be.

I'm pleased to say you should no longer have to wait for your cold drinks to warm up before drinking them. Using a sensitivity toothpaste could help you to enjoy your drink, served cold as it should be.

I'm pleased to say you should no longer have to wait for your hot drinks to cool down before drinking them. Using a sensitivity toothpaste could help you to enjoy your drink, served hot as it should be.

Chewing on one side of your teeth to avoid sensitive teeth could cause you problems in the long term, such as jaw discomfort, ear discomfort and headaches. Using a sensitivity toothpaste can help you eat normally and chew on both sides of your mouth.

If you experience a sensitive sensation in your teeth at any time, we recommend that you visit your dentist.

Dentists recommend Sensodyne. For clinically proven sensitivity relief, brush twice a day, every day. When it comes to tooth sensitivity, we recommend you always check with your dentist.

If you would like more information about tooth sensitivity, please click here.

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All results and /or advice given is for informational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment recommendations. Individuals should consult a dentist for medical advice and answers to dental health questions.

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