Is eating ice cream or sipping a cup of hot coffee painful for you?

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Many adults suffer from uncomfortable sensitivity when they eat, drink, or touch their teeth. Possible causes of tooth sensitivity may be:

Tooth decay (cavities)
Cracked or fractured teeth
Worn fillings or tooth enamel
Gum Disease
Exposed tooth root

If you have sensitive teeth, the first thing to do is schedule a dental exam with us to find the cause. Next, we will talk about simple ways you can reduce this discomfort at home, like using desensitizing toothpaste. If you have an underlying condition that might be causing the sensitivity, we can talk about some in-office options to address clinical problems that might be causing the sensitivity.

Please email our office for ways to put an end to this problem: