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Sensitivity After Tooth Contouring by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Wed 28 Oct 2009 8:30am Dr. Ellie, I've been following your recommended system and using Zellies products since June of this year and have been very happy with the results so far. I had some sensitivity in a couple of bottom teeth that were chipped, and that has gone away. I'm anxious to get my teeth cleaned before the end of the year because I do have the dark spo ... Read on »
Sensitivity After Tooth Contouring by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm 1 Comment Dr. Ellie, I've been following your recommendedsystemand using Zellies products since June of this year and have been very happy with the results so far. I had some sensitivity in a couple of bottom teeth that were chipped, and that has gone away. I'm anxious to get my teeth cleaned before the end of the year because I do have the dark spo ... Read on »
Redheads are more sensitive to tooth pain. by Saundra G. Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 7:38pm Redheads may be hotheads, but we get colder quicker, bruise more easily, and feel more pain, including sensitivity to tooth pain, teeth cleaning, and periodontal surgery. 1.  A study by researchers at the University of Louisville found that redheads require 20% more anesthesia than dark-haired women. The studies were done on women only whose ... Read on »
Tooth Sensitivity & Whitening, Bleaching & Sensitive Teeth by Dr. Thomas Gibbs Doctor of Dentistry Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:14pm Are you concerned about tooth Sensitivity and discomfort when whitening or bleaching your teeth? There are several causes, and fortunately several cures! Sensitivity is usually caused when gas released by the bleaching process, and the bleaching solution is absorbed into the tooth surface. It is most common in persons with gum recess ... Read on »
Tooth Sensitivity & Whitening, Bleaching & Sensitive Teeth by Dr. Thomas Gibbs Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 1:04am    Are you concerned about tooth Sensitivity and discomfort when whitening or bleaching your teeth?  There are several causes, and fortunately several cures!    Sensitivity is usually caused when gas released by the bleaching process, and the bleaching solution is absorbed into the tooth surface.  It is most common in persons with gum recess ... Read on »
Home Remedies For Tooth Sensitivity by Marielaina Perrone DDS Posted Fri 16 Aug 2013 6:31am Tooth sensitivity is tooth discomfort in one or more teeth that is triggered by hot, cold, sweet, or sour foods and drinks, or even by breathing cold air. The pain can be sharp, sudden, and shoot deep into the nerve endings of your teeth. Sensitive teeth is a very common issue for many adults in Read on »
What Causes Tooth Sensitivity by Dr. Syed L. Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 24 Dec 2008 3:12pm   Everyone has experienced a  sensitive  tooth. Actually, some level of sensitivity is considered normal since teeth are enervated with pain nerves. However, when teeth become abnormally sensitive, a cause is usually detected. The most obvious source is dental  decay, which destroys enamel  and dentin, causing pain when the irr ... Read on »
Tooth Sensitivity by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Wed 23 Jun 2010 5:08am Hi Dr. Ellie, I hope you can help me with my current problem. If you recall, six months ago I was chewing Spry gum with cinnamon and had severe tooth pain afterwards, especially from fruit jam and marinara sauce. So I used no toothpaste and instead used a little sea salt and water, no Listerine and no CloSys. Just used Act and xylitol powder/m ... Read on »
Tooth Sensitivity by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Fri 13 Apr 2012 7:14pm Dear Dr. Ellie, Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and taking your time to answer all the questions. I am so glad I found your book. I knew there had to be a better answer to my dental problems (despite good oral hygiene) then "it's in your genes" that I was given by my dentists. I have shared your system with my family and cl ... Read on »
Too Much Cleaning Causing Tooth Sensitivity? by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Fri 22 Jan 2010 5:48pm Dr. Ellie, I have been using your system for about 3 months and am very pleased. I consume about 8 grams of xylitol a day using your granular and mint forms. I do the complete system three times a day, as I am currently using Invisalign and must brush after each meal. I have found that I still have some tooth sensitivity and believe it' ... Read on »