Your teeth may become sensitive to cold, hot, sweet or other irritations.

* after dental hygiene

(if deep gingival pockets were cleaned)!

Sensitivity usually resolves within a few days or a week. The dental hygienist recommends mouthwash and sensitive toothpaste for sensitive teeth, as well as applying a protective varnish (Tefenfluoride) on the teeth, which removes tooth sensitivity.

  • For the prevention of caries
  • In the initial stage of caries elimination or white spot stage
  • Enamel protection during orthodontics

Mi Paste Plus –  recommended as a good fluoride-containing cream for desensitization! Mi Paste (without Plus) is recommended for children under 6 years of age and pregnant women, as it does not contain fluoride, but biologically active calcium and phosphate.

*after dental filling!

After filling deep lesions, which the dentist warns about. It usually takes two to seven days. If the pain persists, consult a dentist.

*after teeth whitening!

Teeth can become very sensitive immediately after professional whitening in a dentist’s chair, or whitening teeth at home. Severe pain due to tooth dehydration can be relieved by painkillers used immediately after a professional whitening procedure and applying a gel that rehydrates the tooth. Also, use toothpaste for sensitive teeth. It is recommended to use Mi Pastu fluoride cream, which is a professional dental care product that can be used safely at home.

*After grating or over-compressing the teeth.

Especially at nights when we do not feel it and are not aware of it during periods of stress. The neck area of the tooth is a stress area where the enamel is lost and when the dentin beneath the enamel layer is exposed, the tooth is exposed to various irritations and signals this. Dental wear is seen by both the dentist and the dental hygienist and recommends the use of a nightclub, as well as dental care for sensitive teeth. The names Sensitive (toothpastes, toothpastes) usually appear in their names.

*After brushing your teeth too much

in the neck area of the tooth, cleaning with a hard toothbrush or immediately after eating when the tooth enamel is weak. It is recommended to brush your teeth 20 minutes after eating or rinse with water to neutralize the acidic environment of the mouth or to use chewing gum. Tooth enamel is protected from damage by fluoride-containing toothpastes, mouthwashes or protective varnishes (eg tefen fluoride), as fluoride ions strengthen the enamel structure, making it more resistant to acids and bacteria. A balanced diet is also important for oral health.