Sensitive Teeth Treatment

Innovative Smile offers Sensitive Teeth treatment, a condition known as Dentinal hypersensitivity. Worn Teeth enamel & exposed root cause sensitivity pain. Our dentists can help you relieve the sensation of tooth sensitivity and prevent it from getting worse.

Note: The sensitivity during and after professional tooth whitening treatments is different from Dentinal hypersensitivity.

Sensitivity Causes

Receding Gums make your gums pull back from the tooth surface, exposing the root surfaces of your teeth. So the exposed areas when comes in contact with hot and cold objects trigger pain. Hence you have sensitive teeth.

Grinding your teeth for a long period cause the enamel to wear down and expose the dentin. So this result in sensitive teeth.

Brushing your teeth with too much force, or with a hard-bristle toothbrush, may wear down tooth enamel. This expose the cementum or dentin and cause tooth sensitivity.

A cavity, a cracked or chipped tooth, a worn filling, or gum disease sometimes also cause tooth discomfort.

Temporary tooth sensitivity can occur after a professional teeth-whitening (bleaching) treatment. This usually goes away shortly after the procedure ends.

Symptoms of Sensitive Teeth

With sensitive teeth, certain activities, such as brushing, eating and drinking cause sharp, temporary pain in your teeth. They may come and go over time for no obvious reason and may range from mild to intense.

If you are exhibiting any signs or symptoms of tooth sensitivity, visit Innovative Smile immediately for a proper assessment.

Check for Sensitivity

If you’re experiencing tooth sensitivity for the first time, make an appointment with our dentist. They can look at the health of your teeth. They check for dental problems like cavities, loose fillings, or recessed gums that could be causing the sensitivity.

Our dentist can do this during your routine dental check-up or dental cleaning. They’ll clean your teeth and do a visual exam. They may touch your teeth using dental instruments to check for sensitivity. They might also order an X-ray on your teeth to rule out causes like cavities.

Treatments for Sensitive Teeth

Whether you have mild or sever sensitive teeth dentists at Innovative Smile can help you.

If your tooth sensitivity is mild, they may recommend over-the-counter dental treatments. They advise you on the most suitable oral care routine and products for someone with sensitive teeth. This includes tooth brush, toothpaste, mouth wash etc specifically made for sensitive teeth. Above all our best tooth brushing technique help to protect your enamel, teeth and gums.

Our dentists also treat medical conditions that cause tooth sensitivity. This includes:

Receding gums cause sensitive teeth. So brushing more gently and maintaining good oral hygiene can help prevent your gums to recede. In cases of intense sensitivity and discomfort due to severe gum recession, dentist may recommend a gum graft.

Teeth grinding cause sensitive teeth. You can train yourself to stop day time teeth grinding by being mindful not to do so. During night also you can use a mouthguard and prevent grinding your teeth while sleeping.

Advanced tooth decay or dental cavities can feel pain similar to tooth sensitivity. So, even if you don’t feel any sensation during early stage of tooth decay, it’s important to treat. Our Dental filling and crowns help fill cavities.

Gum disease build plaque and tartar on your teeth. It can destroy the bony support of your tooth and make your gums pull back. To treat it, our dentist may do a deep clean of your teeth, called planing and scaling. It scrapes tartar and plaque below the gum line.

A cracked tooth or filling can go all the way down to your root. This cause tooth pain and sensitivity. So in early stage when it’s a small crack that ends before your gums start, consult. Our dentist can fill it and protect your teeth from pulling out.

Care for Sensitive Teeth

  • We can provide best toothbrush. mouth wash, tooth paste specially made for sensitive teeth.
  • We will provide a routine to guide you how to brush and when.
  • Be sure to clean all parts of your mouth, including between teeth and along the gum line.
  • Avoid acidic foods and drinks.

If you have sensitive teeth, don’t neglect. Consult Innovative Smile. We offer a variety of oral care products and treatment that help relieve sensitivity pain.


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