Oral health conditions

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A common and often underdiagnosed condition, dentine hypersensitivity is described as a short, sharp sensation arising from exposed dentine in response to a stimulus, which cannot be attributed to any other form of dental defect or pathology.1

People who suffer from dentine hypersensitivity report a significant impact on their quality of life, experiencing sensitivity while eating, drinking, brushing their teeth and breathing cold air.2 Although dentine hypersensitivity can be managed, many people avoid discussing the condition with their dentist.3

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Gum health

Gum or periodontal disease is a widespread problem despite being reversible in its early stages.4 With daily brushing and flossing, and regular professional cleaning, plaque-induced gingival inflammation can often be resolved if identified early.4 However, when left untreated, gingivitis can progress into chronic periodontitis, leading to gingival recession and, in severe cases, tooth loss.4

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Denture care

Patients face challenges at all stages of the denture journey, and must adapt to a number of different prostheses: partial dentures, immediate dentures following tooth extraction and full dentures.5,6

Each patient’s experience will be different. Individual medical, physical and psychological factors, such as oral anatomy, xerostomia, and how the patient adapts to their prosthesis, can affect how their dentures perform.5-9

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