Rising from the chair after performing your final dental procedure of the day, you pause, letting the discomfort in your back settle before walking out. Your neck aches and your shoulders droop, and you realize it’s only Tuesday. It’s time to ask yourself how to improve your posture in the dental clinic.
The discomfort of dentine hypersensitivity, caused by exposed dentine tubules responding to triggers such as cold, heat or air affects patients’ quality of life. Everyday pleasures like eating and drinking have turned into potential sources of pain.