Swishing oil around in your mouth. I use coconut oil.
Myra Bowman do you?? What oil do you use? Lol i habe tried coconut oil n its not the taste its the texture i can't do it lol i gag n sometimes puke
Use toothpaste and toothbrush for sensitive teeth and take less time in bushings your teeth
Sensodyne works great
Yes I agree with you
Rub toothpaste on gums Gargle with mouthwash And see dentist
The dentist suggested Sensodyne
I use sensodyne. It doesn't work ive used ot for years hoping. My teeth are so sensitive even crunchy stuff hurts chewing im cavity free my roots are smaller then my tooth so ig thats what im told is why i have super sensitive teeth.
Don't use sensodyne, I used that never worked and I had such bad sentive teeth I couldn't even look at forks and knives to wash them! I used nature answer mouth waste and toothpaste, I gargle with coconut oil and I haven't had any I mean no problem since!
Oxalate foods. Ie. Rhubarb, spinach, etc. The oxylates combine with the calcium in your saliva on your teeth. Your teeth will feel fuzzy. It is coating your teeth protecting them from sensitivity. Sensodine tooth paste works the same way.
Yes use sensodyne all the time
I think it has fluoride?
coconut oil pulling
Really does help! And it whitens
SEE A DENTIST!!
So they push fluoride and other toxic shit on you?? Great idea!!
Diane Flanagan Roehl you have a right to your opinion U don’t need to be mean about it
FYI... Writing in all caps is considered shouting..
You ppl are all too mean. Bye bye
michele maybe you're just being a little sensitive?
What kind of toothpaste, mouthwash etc do you use?
Avoid acidic food
Vitamin B1 and calcium
Waterpick, No lemon, no salt, no sugar there's a brand new toothpaste just come out from crest called detoxify for sensative gum's it is 7.99
There's always tea time
You are acidic.... Alkaline diet.... Coconut oil pulling
Coconut pulling an fermented skate oil
I had a sensitive molars last year - I bit down in a clove of garlic a few times a day for a week and it was gone. I held the clove between my teeth for 10 mins each time
that's what i am trying now
Insensodine tooth paste, helps big time !
Coconut oil pulling! Avoid fluoride toothpastes too
Usual cause is erosion.
Believe it or not but apples and carrots help a Lot. You'll notice they soothe.
If you use baking soda to brush your teeth or make a special mixture. Don't use a lot of baking soda as its known to clean so good it brushes the enamel of your teeth!
Vitamin D and K together, activated charcoal, baking soda, coconut oil, tea tree oil and acv combined into paste leave on 5 mins. Then brush, after brushing hold coconut oil and 1 drop of tea tree oil for 20 mins. Repeat daily for 2 weeks to a month... Then once a week.
add a little coq10! it's amazing
Aloe Vera toothpaste
What toothpaste are you using? Some actually cause sensitivity. Aim was the worst of all time!
Sensadone tooth paste
Brush with Baking Soda....
My dentist told me to brush with prescription toothpaste PreviDent 5000ppm My teeth were very sensitive & just after brushing with this twice a day for about a week it was 100% better. Now it's all I use!!!! Hope it helps you!!
I used same product from my dentist. Works well. Cation though, It is a high fluoride toothpaste.
oil pulling, cod liver oil, "dirt " toothpaste
Go to a dentist or periodontist. You may have root exposure. There is a clear sealer they can put on. It worked wonders for one of my teeth;)
I use sarakan and have for a few years, not been sensitive since. I heard it's because there's no flouride in it???
vitamin c & stop using fluoride toothpaste
Mine improved greatly when stopping fluoride and starting toothpaste with charcoal and clay in it. Night and day relief!
are yu pregnant or not
I use Redmond' s earthpaste and earth powder. My teeth used to be extremely sensitive but not anymore
Get adequate amounts of calcium and magnesium in your daily diet! Avoid all the refined sugars of any kind, for at least a month. I would also suggest a zinc supplement for a couple months, maybe 20 to 30mg daily, five times a week. Also avoid all the inflammatory foods such as beef, dairy and all foods with processed or stored oils in them. No more hydrogenated oils such as found in peanut butter. Regular peanut butter that's "natural" doesn't have any additives and the oil isn't processed and that's OK. VitaminD, and lots of it!
Coconut oil-pulling can really help!
Stop using toothpaste that contains glycerine. (And flouride) Glycerine coats your teeth with a film that prevents the body from making repairs....
Remineralize them. Earthpaste Online
Lots of leafy greens for minerals. Over-using baking soda toothpaste made mine sensitive.
do you believe in prayer? Try it and see?
Coconut oil pulling
Probably also need more Vitamin D3.
If you are taking apple cider vinegar - be sure to "rinse" your teeth. I mix about a shot glass full with about 4oz water then, I drink a full glass of water - rinsing my teeth as I sip. ACV will eat the enamel off your teeth.
Along with the D3, Vitamin K2. The way the body uses them is supposed to be connected. This is not really my area of expertise, though. World's highest source of K2 = natto miso, by far. There are some organic makers; one is Rhapsody Foods from Cabot, Vermont. I like to include a little bit of it in blended homemade salad dressings. Great emulsifier. The taste and texture may take some acclimating! I have come to enjoy natto miso, though.