Dentin hypersensitivity
Dentin hypersensitivity, also known as dentin hypersensitivity, allergic dentin, is the soreness of the teeth caused by external stimuli such as temperature (cold, hot), chemical substances (acid, sweet), and mechanical action (friction, biting hard). Symptoms, when using a sharp probe to slide on the tooth surface, you can find one or several allergic areas, it has a rapid onset, sharp pain, short time, is a common symptom of various dental diseases, due to enamel integrity Dentin hypersensitivity can occur due to exposure to damaged dentin, abrasion, wedge-shaped defects, tooth fractures, rickets, and periodontal atrophy.
Laser therapy
Laser as a new technology in the field of dentistry has been closely watched. The laser's optical fiber is flexible and slender, and can be freely inserted into any area of ​​the periodontal pocket and the oral cavity. The laser with a wavelength of 1064 nm has a moderate penetration depth to the human body and a moderate heat generation. The use of small energy laser can effectively seal the capillaries of the oral cavity.