Symptomatology and clinical features of hypersensitive teeth.

Abstract

Tooth hypersensitivity is associated with exposure of the dentine to the external environment of the mouth. This exposure can result from loss of enamel by processes including abrasion and erosion, or by denudation of the root surface as a result of gingival recession or periodontal treatments. Dentine hypersensitivity can be described as an adverse… (More)

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