Best way to get rid of Tooth senstivity

                 TOOTH SENSITIVITY

Number of people is affected by the tooth sensitivity. Thinning enamel and dentine exposure causes the pain of sensitive teeth. It becomes very difficult for a person who suffers from sensitivity to eat something hot and cold.
Actually tooth sensitivity is caused when the softer part of our tooth called “Dentine” is exposed. Dentine lies under the tooth enamel.
The dentin contains a large numbers of pores or tubes that run from the outside of the tooth to the nerve in the center. It is filled with fluid. When we eat something hot or cold, it causes change in the movement of fluid and this movement causes the nerve endings to react and causes a pain.

                            CAUSES OF SENSITIVITY
  • Sometimes tooth sensitivity comes due to brushing with too much force or improper brushing or with too hard-bristled toothbrush.

  • Acidic foods and beverages such as soda, tomato sauce, lemon, grapefruit and pickles can cause dentin exposure.

  • Grinding your teeth can also expose the dentin and cause sensitivity.

  • A chipped or cracked tooth can also expose the dentin and cause pain.

  • Chemicals found in teeth whitening toothpastes and mouthwashes.

  • An excessive build-up of plaque on our teeth can expose the dentin and cause sensitivity.

  • Due to some kind of gum disease.

Take a bowl and mix 1sp mustard oil and 1sp rock salt. Now apply it on teeth and massage gently. Leave it for few minutes and then rinse off.

 Take a glass of lukewarm water and add 2sp of salt in it. Mix well and gargle with this 2-3 times twice a day.

Massage your teeth with a clove oil and leave it for 5-10 minutes. Then rinse your mouth with water.

Mix 1sp cinnamon oil and a pinch of salt in a small bowl. Apply it on your teeth with a finger and massage it. Leave it for 5 minutes and then gargle with lukewarm water.

Brush your teeth with desensitized toothpaste.

Take 4-5 leaves of guava and put it in a glass of water. Now boil the water. When it becomes warm then add 1sp salt in it and gargle with it 2-3 times.


  • Always use a soft bristle tooth brush.
  • Brush correctly to prevent recession of the gums.
  • Choose toothpaste specially formulated to reduce sensitivity.
  • Floss daily after eating.
  • Brush twice a day.
  • Avoid acidic foods.