If you know that you need to treat your sensitive teeth but what you aren’t sure about is where to begin or what to do, then recognize you’re not alone. This is a very, very common complaint. Sensitivity can suddenly show up (or slowly creep up) as the result of so many factors. What you need to remember is that coming to see us is always an essential part of the process (and we are more than happy to help you). As for how to get going with stopping that sensitivity in its tracks, our advice is key!
You Still Need To Care For Your Teeth
Yes, your smile may feel uncomfortable. Pressure, heat, or coldness may irritate your sensitive teeth. However, you still need to care for your smile! So, don’t stop brushing, flossing, and rinsing because everything doesn’t feel 100 percent copasetic. Instead, be very gentle and thorough. If you feel like this is difficult, do the following: Call us to schedule an urgent visit and make a change to sensitivity toothpaste immediately. Remember, you don’t want to neglect your smile due to a little discomfort, only to create additional concerns.
Sensitivity Toothpaste May Be More Complex Than You Think
Yes, it really does help! When you switch to sensitivity toothpaste to address your sensitive teeth, you’re on the road toward serious relief. That is, as long as you use it each time you brush for multiple days, if not weeks, before you notice the full extent of improvement. You may need to continue using it, as well. It doesn’t numb your teeth on contact. It works over time. Learn more about what’s up with your smile, how this works, and what you need to do by coming in!
See Us About Your Tooth Sensitivity
Come in soon to talk with us about your sensitive teeth, so we may help you arrive at a smile that feels good and that is healthy. Set up an appointment in Grand Prairie, TX by contacting your dentist at Pecan Tree Dental to schedule a visit at (972) 262-5111.