Can teeth be sensitive without a cavity?


Yes, tooth sensitivity is not always caused by a cavity. Possible causes of tooth sensitivity include brushing too hard, using a hard-bristled toothbrush, consuming foods and drinks high in acidity, and grinding your teeth. Broken or chipped teeth, receding gums, and teeth bleaching are also possible causes of tooth sensitivity.

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