3 Ways To Relieve Tooth Sensitivity

Don't ignore these oral health signs!

Learn how to prevent and treat teeth sensitivity.

You may love eating cold foods such as ice cream, but you probably do not love the tooth sensitivity that comes with it.  If you suffer from constant tooth sensitivity, there a variety of underlying issues you need to treat.  Gum disease, tooth decay, and aggressive brushing are common causes of sensitive teeth.  Luckily, there are a few simple ways you can treat tooth sensitivity so you can enjoy your ice cream pain-free!

Preventative Care Is Key

If you do not see a dentist for regular checkups, you need to so as soon as possible.  Constant tooth sensitivity is a sign that there is an issue with your oral health.  By seeing the professionals at Catonsville Dental Care, you can discover the causes of your tooth sensitivity and know how to treat it.  You should see a dentist every six months for a cleaning and to prevent oral health problems such as cavities and gum disease, both of which cause sensitive teeth.

Mouth Guard

A common cause of tooth sensitivity is grinding your teeth while you sleep, so it is critical to wear a mouthguard at night.  When you grind your teeth at night, you are wearing away at your enamel causing tooth sensitivity the next day.  A mouth guard is the most effective way to prevent you from grinding your teeth.  You can get a mouth guard at your dentist’s office or your local drug store.  

Fluoride Rinse

One of the best ways to fight tooth sensitivity is to rinse with fluoride daily, which also strengthens your enamel.  Fluoride can even rebuild your enamel as well coating your teeth to prevent tooth decay.  There are many types toothpaste that include fluoride so look for fluoride toothpaste next time you go shopping.  

Oral Care from Catonsville Dental Care

Whether you want to whiten your teeth, straighten your teeth or have a wisdom tooth extracted Catonsville Dental Care offers a wide variety of services when it comes to oral health. We have the experience and understanding to diagnose and treat any problem you have as quickly and painlessly as possible. With four dentists available at our office and commitment to comfort, safety and relaxation you can’t find a better provider for your health. We look forward to helping you keep your smile perfect all year long and talking with you about your needs. To schedule an appointment or consultation, visit us online or give us a call at 410-747-1115. For more tips and tricks follow us on Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Google+ and YouTube.


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