Sensitive Teeth? Find Out What Could Be Causing It!

Are you experiencing an unpleasant sting after eating something hot or cold? Maybe after you drink something cold and acidic like soda? Whatever the case, you may be experiencing tooth sensitivity symptoms. There are quite a few causes of tooth sensitivity, so let’s diagnose what the problem might be.

Causes of Tooth Sensitivity

Teeth can become sensitive for some reasons. The most common reason teeth grow sensitive is a gum issue. Whether through improper dental habits or genetics, the gum surrounding the tooth can pull back exposing the dentin.

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Dentin, the tooth layer under the enamel, has multiple holes that lead to the sensitive pulp of the tooth. When this pulp receives an external stimulus, such as something hot or cold, it inherently hurts it.

Other causes of tooth sensitivity include:

  • Brushing too hard
  • Cavities
  • Tooth decay
  • Periodontitis
  • Bruxism
  • High acidic diet

Treatments for Sensitive Teeth Sensitive Teeth? Find Out What Could Be Causing It!

Sensitive can be an inconvenience for a patient or a sign of a severe oral care issue. It is best to see your Las Vegas dentist as soon as possible for treatment. They can show you how to treat sensitive teeth.

The most common way of treating sensitive teeth can be as simple as using a sensitive toothpaste and a soft-bristled brush.

However, a dentist can use other treatments if the sensitivity is a sign of something else, such as periodontitis.

Dental Office In Las Vegas

If you experience tooth sensitivity or any other dental ailment, please do not hesitate to contact the office of Balle & Associates. Our dental experts in Las Vegas have the expertise and will provide you the best care in the Las Vegas valley.

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Sensitive Teeth? Find Out What Could Be Causing It!

Balle & Associates is staffed by the most skilled and experienced general dentists in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Peter Balle and Dr. Tate Guild use a personalized approach to get to know patients and offer them services specific to their needs.