Dentin hypersensitivity.

  title={Dentin hypersensitivity.},
  author={Harlan J Shiau},
  journal={The journal of evidence-based dental practice},
  volume={12 3 Suppl},
CONTEXT In dental practice, dentin hypersensitivity is a commonly presenting condition, which consists of sharp pain arising from exposed dentin in response to a varied assortment of stimuli; for example, dietary factors, such as an ice-cold beverage, to even environmental considerations, such as the exposure to atmospheric air on a cold winter's day. The heterogeneity of this presentation, ranging from minor inconvenience to the patient, to a near incapacitating quality-of-life disturbance, as… CONTINUE READING
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