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Can toothpaste cause a tooth sensitivity?

Paper Clip's picture

I got a bonding and a filling on a broken tooth, and I was fine for about 2 months, now after 2 months, that tooth is really sensitive, anything touches it that is a little warm or a little cold and I feel it real bad...and I'm thinking...my new toothpaste might be the cause of that.

I have changed my toothpaste, could that be the reason?

 

Anonymous's picture

I'm pretty sure it could do that, try changing your toothpaste to another brand and see what happens.
nosyperson123's picture

I have a sensitive tooth too so i changed my toothpaste to a sensitive one which helps little                          bit. I had a filling done close to that tooth and that may be what triggered it.

Paper Clip's picture

I had a similar case and I changed my toothpaste to colgate, I think it was, and in a few days I was good, also there are special toothpaste for sensitivity over the counter, try them , they should do the job.