Dentin hypersensitivity is an oral condition characterized by sharp pain in the affected tooth or teeth. It occurs when the dentin gets exposed to the stimuli. It typically responds to thermal, evaporative, tactile, or chemical stimuli. It might impact one or several teeth or a specific area of the buccal cavity. It is reported more in females than males. It majorly impacts canines, premolars of both arches and buccal aspect of cervical area.
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