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Advice for sufferers of sensitive teeth


People who suffer from sensitive teeth can do something about the problemIndividuals living with sensitive teeth have been advised that there are a number of things they can do to ensure the problem has less of an impact on their day-to-day lives.

According to the People's Pharmacy, dentists usually recommend toothpastes with potassium nitrate to desensitise teeth, although other solutions can include brushing more gently or simply avoiding food and drinks that set off the condition.

Indeed, brushing and flossing should be seen as an integral part of a good oral health routine, although over-brushing can be a problem as it can lead to a higher likelihood of developing gum disease or other complaints like sensitive teeth.

Meanwhile, Ed Attenborough, president of the British Dental Trade Association, recently acknowledged the "amazing advances" that have taken place in the field of emergency and cosmetic dentistry over the last few years.

He argued that a focus on less-invasive procedures has helped the dental sector to reduce the stigma of attending nerve-wracking appointments.

Expert notes ‘amazing advancements in dentistry’


Expert notes 'amazing advancements in dentistry'Anxious patients worried about the pain associated with emergency dentistry could find relief in recent comments from an expert.

Ed Attenborough, president of the British Dental Trade Association (BDTA), acknowledged "amazing advances" occurring in the dental sector that could reduce the stigma of attending nerve-wracking appointments.

His comments, made to highlight the numerous opportunities in the UK's healthcare industry, also touched upon the emergence of non-invasive treatments available for patients who are fearful about uncomfortable procedures.

As part of his speech, Mr Attenborough called for increased support for organisations at the forefront of the dental industry that are looking to achieve more with the help of advancements in the sector.

"These innovations need to be taken forward and commercialised and the right resources are needed to nurture the small enterprises and university spin-outs, which are leading the way in innovation," he explained.

Last month, the BDTA urged dental practitioners to ensure their equipment was kept to the cleanest standards after a number of professionals attended disciplinary hearings after failing to comply with regulations.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800637463-ADNFCR

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