There are many reasons why your teeth may be sensitive. Brushing too hard can damage your enamel, which can also lead to gum recession. Sugary food and drinks contribute to bacteria growth, which in turn affects the structure and durability of the tooth. Acidic food and drinks can also break down your enamel and leave your teeth feeling sensitive.
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