Does vinegar make teeth sensitive?

Answer Vinegar can cause teeth to be sensitive. Studies show that vinegar softens the teeth enamel due to the fact that vinegar is an acid. Any type of food or drink containing acid can cause erosion of t... Read More »

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Do crest white strips make damage teeth and gum by making it sensitive?

Tooth enamel is the hardest surface in your body... yes, even harder than bone. The only way to damage it is to actually break it or chip it. With that being said... whitening your teeth does not... Read More »

What effect does vinegar have on teeth?

Answerthe vinegar will de-calcify, or remove the calcium from the tooth making it rubbery. It can also be demonstrated by soaking egg in vinegar.i need help with this! please! i need more answers! ... Read More »

If one or more of your teeth are sensitive to only certain foods like chocolate does it mean you have a cavity?

No. Many people can have sensitive teeth. Use the toothpaste "Sensodyne". It takes a couple of weeks, but it helps. Heat, cold can cause your the gums/teeth to ache in some people. It's best to hav... Read More »

Why are my teeth so sensitive?

It is not unusual to have sensitive teeth. Buy Sensodyne Toothpaste and use it every time you brush. It will make your teeth much less sensitive. The dentist should have told you about it. You can ... Read More »