Tooth Sensitivity Treatments

If you suffer from sensitive teeth, activities such as eating, drinking, and brushing can cause sharp sometimes long-lasting pain in your teeth. Sensitive teeth are typically the result of worn tooth enamel or exposed tooth roots. In other occasions tooth discomfort could be caused by other factors, such as gum disease, a cracked or chipped tooth, a cavity, or a worn filling.

If you're bothered by sensitive teeth, come visit a dentist at Dental Made Easy. We can identify or rule out any underlying causes of your tooth pain. Depending on the circumstances, your dentist might recommend:

To prevent tooth sensitivity from happening in the future it is important to brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss regularly. Be sure to use gentle strokes with the toothbrush bristles to avoid aggravating your gums. If you grind your teeth, that may also be adding to the sensitivity. Be sure to ask your dentist at Dental Made Easy about a mouth guard, or other options to permanently lessen your tooth pain.

Getting Professional Help

When it comes to your health, both that of your mouth and your overall well-being, trust in the dentists at Dental Made Easy. We are the best dental practice in the Forest Hills Queens, NY 11375 area and are open on Sundays as well as late evenings.To determine what may be causing your teeth sensitivity, we recommend coming into the office to book an appointment with one of our talented dental professionals. To set up your appointment give us a call at (347) 767-5299. We also welcome walk-ins, if you have a busy schedule. We hope to see you soon!

 

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