Posts Tagged ‘sensitive teeth’

Mornings can be hard. Mornings are even harder when you are immersed in an environment of controlled chaos, with kids are loudly racing around making lunches and looking for school bags, and you brew your cup of coffee — liquid fortitude against the morning onslaught — and that first sip of hot coffee makes your front teeth throb.

When I was around age 10, I remember my Dad introducing me to his special toothpaste for sensitive teeth. My front teeth had taken to aching every time I had something very sweet or very cold. I didn’t care for the taste, but I couldn’t argue with the results. As I moved into my teens, I entered the world of orthodontics and discovered all the wonders of braces. (Yes, there’s a hefty dose of sarcasm, in case you missed it.) The braces left a whole new world of hurt when they were done and I renewed my relationship with my sensitive teeth.

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