The Top Causes of Sensitive Teeth
- You brush too hard.
- You eat a diet high in acidic foods.
- You grind your teeth.
- You have gum disease.
- You have a build-up of plaque.
- You’ve recently had a dental procedure.
- Your tooth is cracked.
- You have tooth decay.
It is common to experience sensitive teeth at some point in our lives, however if it is acute and/or long-lasting you may need to seek treatment from your dentist.
Our specialist dentists can advise you on the best course of treatment to reduce sensitivity as well as recommending a daily oral care routine to prevent sensitivity returning.
Gum disease, cracked teeth and tooth decay must all be treated effectively in order to reduce tooth sensitivity.
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It is very important to visit your dentist for check up to make sure that there aren’t any serious underlying issues causing the sensitivity.
Perfect Practices have expert dentists with years of experience in treating sensitive teeth and other dental issues. Click here to find your nearest Perfect Practice Dental Studio.