Tooth Sensitivity and ABFraction

What exactly is it and what are the benefits of ABFraction? ABFraction or Applied Bone Formation Formulation Technique is a dental procedure that uses ultrasound energy to realign and straighten the bone structure of the jaw. The method is painless and non-invasive and has minimal impact on the gums or the crown. In ABFraction the dentist makes tiny incisions in the gum and bone surrounding the tooth.

During the abrasion process the dentist will probe the bone for damage, using ultra sound waves. When the abrasion process is finished, the dentist may also apply anesthesia to the patient. The patient is expected to resume normal activities following the abrasion.

Tooth sensitivity and pain can be a serious problem for some patients. Tooth sensitivity after abrasion is usually temporary, but it can increase as the problem persists. There are some patients who experience tooth sensitivity or pain even after the abrasion is completed. This occurs when the abrasion is followed by sensitivity or pain. Most people who have tooth sensitivity or pain after abrasion report that the problem quickly goes away. If this is your case, it is good to follow the instructions from your dentist.

After abrasion and tooth sensitivity is gone, most people notice that their gums and the enamel on their teeth look healthier and more youthful. There is also a decrease in tooth decay after an abfraction. This is due to the fact that the weak bone structures are no longer in contact with food. This allows the bacteria to grow at a slower rate resulting in fewer cavities and a healthier mouth. Your dentist will be able to advise you more about the full benefits of ABFraction and how to maximize its effects.

It is very important for patients to follow the instructions of their dental care providers. If you follow your dentists’ advice and schedule an appointment for an abfraction, you will find that it can help you tremendously. However, if you continue to experience tooth sensitivity or pain after your procedure, speak to your dentist immediately. They may be able to reschedule your abrasion in order for it to work more effectively to combat dental problems. In addition, you should stay away from any other forms of dental work that could make your gums and teeth more sensitive.

In addition to helping to prevent dental problems, ABFraction helps to promote healthy teeth and a healthier smile. It works by making your teeth cleaner and younger looking. Since it can be used on both the inside and outside of your teeth, it can help reduce the risk of gum disease and cavities. Because it is less invasive than scaling, it is also good for people who are afraid of needles.

To find out if you would like to have ABFraction done in order to fight tooth sensitivity, contact your dentist. He or she will be able to tell you if your current cleaning procedures are sufficient to keep your gums healthy and clean. If you do have tooth sensitivity, it will be necessary to visit your dentist regularly. Regular visits to the dentist will allow you to strengthen your gums and teeth by doing ABFraction.

If you are interested in having ABFraction, contact your dentist for a free assessment. You will then be able to determine whether or not you would like to have ABFraction. You should also know the benefits of having it done. Keep in mind that it will take several months for ABFraction to become an effective method of combating tooth sensitivity. However, since it works so well, you may find that it is worth the wait!