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Hello, I’m residing in Toronto. I have sensitive teeth. My teeth and gum feel numb when I eat or drink something cold and hot. Most of the time I avoid having eatables too cold or hot and uses toothbrushes having smooth bristles. I completely avoid acidic food and beverages to prevent tooth erosion. And now I’m following a strict diet to make sure my teeth aren’t wearing or decaying but still, the sensitivity persists. Yesterday I was drinking coffee, it was mildly hot. After a sip my teeth became numb. I couldn’t touch my teeth it was much disturbed. I rushed to an emergency dental clinic nearby. They gave medication immediately and the discomfort ended. The dentist prescribed me a sensitivity prevention toothpaste. The lingering irritation is raising concerns in me. I’m worried whether this will repeat. Yesterday’s situation was pretty bad. I don’t want such an accident to repeat. Isn’t there a permanent cure for sensitivity? My teeth don't have filling or decay which are the main reasons for sensitivity. Suggest me precautions other than what I am doing now to improve my dental health. Thank you in advance.
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Sad to know about your dental problems. I was looking for a reputed dentist that provides best treatment for my tooth sensitivity. Came to know about dentist Manhattan Beach and visited him. He provided me best treatment that really worked out for me. Now I feel less sensitivity. Thanks to this awesome dentist.