Steel bite pro

by sherly sylvia (16.01.2021)

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The idea of a hot soup in the winter months or a chilled ice-cream in the summer might be a tempting one, but not for people with tooth sensitivity. Tooth sensitivity is a common dental problem for at least 40 million Americans. Women are 1.8 times more likely to experience tooth sensitivity than men. The roots of your teeth contain thousands of tiny tubules (channels) leading to the pulp, the tooth’s nerve center. These tiny tubes are located in the dentin, the layer of tissue found beneath the hard enamel that contains the inner pulp.

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