Dental sensitivity is one of the most common dental disorders that affects about 30% of adults. This complication usually occurs as a result of the loss of the dental protective layer, and the person experiences a sudden pain after drinking or eating cold or warm foods. In a healthy tooth, the enamel layer protects the crown of the tooth and the cement layer from the root of the tooth inside the gum. Dentin density is less than enamel and cement and has microscopic tubules. When dentin loses its protective layer in very small or large dimensions, stimuli such as cold or heat or acid are sent through these microscopic tubules to the nerves in the tooth, resulting in dental sensitivity. About 72% of People with dental sensitivity are treated with anti-sensitive toothpaste.
How does Vi-one sensitive toothpaste work?
The toothpaste for sensitive teeth contains potassium nitrate, which has been shown to have a clinically effective impact on the rapid treatment of dental sensitivity within a month. This material fills the cavities on the tooth and reduces the sensitivity of the tooth in the long run.