Sensitive Teeth

Do you feel intense pain when you have hot or cold food and drink? How about when you breathe in cold air? If so,  you may have sensitive teeth. This pain is most likely caused by the gums pulling away from the teeth, or the loss of gum tissue caused by brushing your teeth too hard, or perhaps not brushing and flossing regularly. The reason for your pain is because the tooth root containing nerve endings becomes exposed, and these nerves are connected to your brain. This causes your teeth to be more sensitive to hot or cold temperatures.

If you’re suffering from tooth sensitivity – make an appointment today!

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Watch our Sensitive Teeth video

This video will show you how to treat sensitive teeth:

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