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What is Tooth Sensitivity | Colgate® Oral Care Information
Tooth sensitivity occurs when dentin becomes exposed. This may occur through loss of tooth enamel (dentin is the layer of the tooth underneath the enamel). For example, brushing the teeth and gum line too hard, using a hard bristled toothbrush instead of a soft or medium toothbrush, may wear away tooth enamel causing ...
Swollen Gums with Braces & Oral Health | Colgate® Oral Care
When receiving orthodontia for straighter teeth, you may find swollen gums with braces come with the territory. Here's how to care for them.
Swollen Gum around One Tooth | Colgate® Oral Care
It's common to suddenly spot something you didn't notice before. How, for example, could a swollen gum around one tooth form? Here are three explanations.
Gingivectomy Surgery | Colgate® Oral Care
A gingivectomy may be performed to heal the effects of periodontal disease or to correct a gum condition involving the structure of teeth. Learn more here.
Preventing the Re-occurrence of Pain from Tooth Sensitivity ...
Is Tooth Sensitivity Cramping Your Style? Tooth sensitivity can make eating and drinking a painful experience. Try one of our sensitivity relief products that, with continued use, can help prevent future occurrences. Colgate Sensitive Prevent & Repair ...
How to Stop Receding Gums | Colgate® Oral Care
Hairlines aren't the only part of the body that recedes; your gums can, too. Learn how to stop receding gums before they become a problem.
4 Signs of Healthy Interdental Papilla | Colgate® Oral Care
Although it has a complicated-sounding name, interdental papilla have a simple function: It's the term for the gums between your teeth. Learn more.
Gum Grafting Treatment for Receding Gums Colgate
Gum recession occurs gradually, and it may sneak up on you. But gum grafting treatment for receding gums can help prevent any further loss of gum tissue.