It is estimated that about 40% of the population suffers from sensitive, painful teeth. Tooth sensitivity is usually noticed as a short, sharp pain after eating cold food, drinking cold liquids, or breathing cold air.
Clinical studies have found laser therapy to be an effective, long-term solution for treating teeth sensitivity. Using a certain type of laser energy on the tooth can suppress the painful nerve activity by eliminating the tubules.
This can effectively stop the nerves from triggering the pain response caused by hot and cold foods, allowing you to enjoy foods and drink painlessly.