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Dental sensitivity is caused by a process of gingival recession or by tooth enamel wear. When this occurs, the dentin loses its protective covering and the dentinal tubules are exposed, allowing external stimuli to reach the nerve ends and cause pain.

The hydroxyapatite nanoparticles are deposited on teeth, sealing the open dentinal tubules and blocking the transmission of external stimuli to the pulp, therefore preventing pain.