Do you agonize over taking that hot or cold drink because of the pain you are going to experience in you teeth? Sensitive teeth is just one of the common dental issues that can make our life miserable. See the description for more information.
Are you or someone you love suffering from sensitive teeth and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including sensitive teeth with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
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Our Dental sound therapy helps by:
- Decrease and minimize occurrence of tooth decay, gum disease, and worn tooth enamel
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- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction to Dental Sound Therapy
Do you agonize over taking that hot or cold drink because of the pain you are going to experience in you teeth? Sensitive teeth is just one of the common dental issues that can make our life miserable. Some of the causes for these dental issues are:
- tooth decay (cavities)
- fractured teeth
- worn fillings
- gum disease
- worn tooth enamel
- exposed tooth root
Universal Sound Therapy has a protocol for Dental issues. Our healing download is aimed at helping your body repair damage to your teeth and help heal mouth issues.
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Short Description of Sensitive Teeth
It’s nice to enjoy a cold drink on a hot day but if you suffer from sensitive teeth, coming in contact with cold foods and beverages can be a painful experience. When the protective layer of the teeth is lost or degrades, the teeth becomes hypersensitive to cold resulting in the condition known as sensitive teeth.
Symptoms of Sensitive Teeth
Pain and discomfort when eating either hot or cold beverages or food items
About Sensitive Teeth
Teeth sensitivity is not an uncommon occurrence. As a matter of fact, approximately 40 million people in the United States experience some form of teeth sensitivity. Understanding the possible causes of sensitivity is key to managing the pain. If it is left untreated, teeth sensitivity can worsen and may progress to the point where it is impossible to eat certain food and beverages.
The main symptom of sensitive teeth is pain or discomfort after eating something really cold. The pain may occur all of a sudden and the degree of sensitivity can either be mild, moderate or severe. Some people with this sensitivity also suffer from pain while brushing or flossing, so it is important to also find the cause and to begin treatment soon. When you experience pain while brushing or flossing it is indicative of poor dental hygiene and this can trigger more dental problems like gum disease and cavities.
Etiology of Sensitive Teeth
Sensitivity can be a minor thing but it can also indicate a serious dental problem. Diagnosing the condition by yourself is not possible. If you suffer from either hot or cold teeth sensitivity it is recommended that you talk to your dentist because a dental exam can help him or her determine what is the underlying reason as well as the best course of treatment to manage or get rid of the pain. There are a number of reasons that result in the condition and these are:
If you vigorously brush your teeth using a hard-bristled toothbrush it can result to the wearing down of the tooth enamel. This is the outer layer of the tooth that protects the inner layer. Worn tooth enamel can also gradually expose the dentin layer, which is essentially the second layer where the nerve endings are. If you drink or eat something cold can cause irritation of the nerves resulting in a sharp and intermittent pain in the mouth.
Eating too much acidic foods can also result in the degradation of the enamel and expose sensitive nerve endings. Foods such as: lemons, oranges, grapefruit and kiwi. Eat acidic foods in moderation if you suffer from tooth sensitivity.
While whitening toothpaste can give you a brighter smile, it is possible that you are sensitive to the chemicals present in these whitening agents. Regular use can result in discomfort and sensitivity. Likewise, mouthwashes that containing alcohol can also make your teeth sensitive to cold.
In order to avoid gum disease you need to regularly brush, floss and see your dentist for dental cleanings. IF there is plaque that builds up on the teeth or along the gum line, the gums can potentially get infected and inflamed. This results to damage on gum tissue and cause gums to recede and expose nerve endings on the root.
Tooth Grinding (Bruxism)
Grinding your teeth while asleep also results to the wearing down of enamel and expose dentin. If this is not managed, teeth grinding can cause sensitivity each time you drink or eat something cold.
An untreated dental cavity or worn dental filling can also expose nerve endings in a tooth. If exposed to coldness you might feel pain or sensitivity in the affected tooth. In this scenario, acids produced by the bacteria build up against the tooth may eventually dissolve the enamel exposing the dentin layer. Since dentin is filled with many tiny nerve endings you may experience temperature sensitivity and pain when biting down. Once the dentist removes the decay and fills the tooth with either amalgam or tooth-colored filling the pain should go away. A dental crown might be needed to provide more stability and longevity.
If you have a cracked tooth it may not be visible to the naked eye. It may not even show on dental x rays too which can make diagnosis a bit challenging. A common sign of a cracked tooth is sharp pain when biting down but one that disappears after releasing the bite.
Recent Dental Treatment
Dental procedures like the removal of deep decay or prepping a tooth for a crown can result in inflammation of the nerves within the pulp tissue. This can result to temporary sensitivity to hot and cold but usually goes away after a week or two.