Few things which we like may be too hot or too cold. Like a cup of chilled ice-cream or a blistering glass of soup or other beverages. But what if there is a feeling of discomfort or pain at the time of taking consuming things! There can be an indication of tooth sensitivity that refers to a common dental problem among many people in the world. In such cases, a person may experience uneasiness at the time of encountering different substances and temperatures. In medical science, tooth sensitivity is also referred to as dentin hypersensitivity. The problem can take place for a temporary time period or there can be chances of becoming constant. Along with that, tooth sensitivity can affect a single, multiple or even all the teeth of a person.

Author's Bio: 

Dr. Andre Eliasian is an award-winning Dental Professional, an active community volunteer, and owner of Elite Dental Group Corporation. Dr. Eliasian has a Doctorate in Dental Surgery and has a reputation helping his patients achieve “the perfect smile” by restoring missing and damaged teeth using the latest in Dental Implant technology – the best choice for a natural smile.