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In Attrition, Erosion & Abrasion - Irregular usage of desensitizer toothpaste will lead to return of sensitivity1
1. Clinical study to monitor dentinal hypersensitivity with episodic use of a desensitising dentifrice Stephen Mason,1,* Rose Kingston,2 Lucy Shneyer,3 and Máiréad Harding.

Dentinal Sensitivity

Dentinal Hypersensitivity is a chronic condition with an acute episode. When dentine is exposed, which usually happens due to Gingival recession & Enamel damage (erosion, abrasion, attrition, and abfraction), external triggers (such as a cold drink) can stimulate the nerves inside the tooth, causing the characteristic short, sharp sensation of tooth sensitivity.1
 
The most common trigger for realizing sensitivity is cold.
1. Dababneh RH, Khouri AT, Addy M. Dentine hypersensitivity — an enigma? A review of terminology, mechanisms, aetiology and management. Br Dent J.1999;187:606–611

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