By contactus@dentalrockville.com
September 19, 2016
Category: Dental Health

Did you know that nearly 50% of the US population suffers from some level of tooth sensitivity? Tooth sensitivity can range from being just annoying, to causing extreme pain, and everything in between. Tooth Sensitivity

Do you experience some pain in your teeth when consuming something that is hot, cold, sweet, or sour? Are your teeth tender when pressure is exerted on them? If so, you may be experiencing some form of tooth sensitivity. Why are you experiencing this?

Unfortunately, having sensitive teeth may be a symptom of a dental issue that needs to be treated. Treatment for your sensitive teeth will vary depending on what the cause is. However, no matter the cause, you should take tooth sensitivity as a big hint that you need to schedule an appointment with your dentist. 

The causes of sensitive teeth are vast and can include things like trauma and disease. The best way to find relief for your sensitive teeth is to determine what is causing it. In our next post on tooth sensitivity, Dr. Samuels will discuss some of the most common causes.

If you are in the Rockville, MD area and would like to consult Dr. Samuels about your toot sensitivity, or any other dental health concerns, please contact us today!

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