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Desensitizing mouthwash contains the mild anesthetic agent to numb the nerves endings present in the center of the tooth. Also, it has desensitizing agents that form crystals which clog the dentinal tubules. Blocked dentinal tubules cannot transmit pain sensation to nerves and relieve tooth sensitivity.
Experiencing sensitivity in your teeth is a very common phenomenon after professional dental cleaning or deep cleaning which is expected to reduce over time. If these sensations last longer than usual, then talk to your dentist an take the required steps to minimize the sensitivity of your teeth.
Sensitive teeth don't present with any noticeable change in your teeth, but you feel discomfort when you have something hot, cold or sweet. Sensitivity is because of the foods we eat, attrition of the tooth and gingival diseases. It is controlled by altering your brushing methods and getting suitable dental treatment.
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