Dentist Helps with Sensitive Teeth in Chandler, AZ

 

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Tooth sensitivity represents one of the most frequent complaints to dentists from patients. Approximately forty million individuals in the USA suffer from dental sensitivity.

Here at the Martin Dental Clinic, we can help you better understand why you have sensitive teeth and the steps you can take to prevent it.

Here you can learn more about sensitive teeth and solve the problem with your family dentist, Chandler, AZ.

 

Why Do Teeth Become Sensitive?

Sensitivity in the teeth occurs when dentin, the layer beneath the enamel, becomes exposed. The hardened enamel is used to protect the softer dentin layer underneath.

Consequently, as the enamel wears away, the dentin becomes exposed, and sensitivity develops. Receding gums decay, and root deterioration can reveal the dentin.

The sensitivity is usually indicated by pain while eating or consuming something hot or cold. It is here where you begin seeking help from your local Chandler, AZ dentist.

 

Chandler, AZ Dentist Explains Why Teeth Become Sensitive

 

  • Tooth decay
  • Grinding your teeth at night (Bruxism)
  • Buildup of plaque
  • Gum disease (Gingivitis)
  • Using a hard-bristled toothbrushes
  • Brushing your teeth too hard
  • Overuse of tooth-whitening toothpaste
  • Using mouthwash containing alcohol
  • Eating acidic foods 

 

How Dental Expert Chandler Treats Sensitive Teeth

First, talk to your dentist here at the Martin Dental Clinic to determine an underlying reason for your sensitivity. After we determine the underlying cause, we can recommend some of the things you should do:

  • Change to a soft-bristled toothbrush
  • Wear a mouth guard if you grind your teeth at night
  • Shift to a specially developed toothpaste for sensitive teeth
  • Change to a neutral mouthwash or omit it altogether and concentrate on brushing and flossing
  • Try to avoid acidic foods
  • Gum disease treatment or application of a sealant
  • Surgical gum grafting if your sensitivity is due to exposed roots

 

Home Remedies for Sensitive Teeth

Saltwater Rinse: Salt is used as an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. Mix ½ teaspoon of salt to lukewarm water. Swish for 30 seconds twice per day.

Cloves: Clove oil has been shown effective for reducing tooth sensitivity and toothaches. Once mixed with orange essential oil, it leads to a more potent solution to soothe sensitive teeth. Be sure to dilute with carrier oils first. Coconut or almond oils being good examples. Combine one drop of clove oil and one drop of orange essential oil into four drops of your carrier oil.

 

Finding Chandler, AZ Sensitive Teeth Dentist

Your sensitive teeth can be treated. While the above can help and deliver insight, there is nothing better than visiting your local dentist.

All you need to do is contact Martin Dental, your local Invisalign specialist, or fill in the quick form for a fast response from one of the team.

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We can then determine the cause you have sensitive teeth and how to deliver the best dental care.

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