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Top Tips for Reducing Tooth Sensitivity

tooth sensitivity

Sensitive teeth can be extremely frustrating and painful. While some people have mild tooth sensitivity, others have severe discomfort when eating anything too hot, cold, spicy, or even sweet.

Tooth sensitivity is typically caused by damage to your tooth enamel—meaning your enamel has been worn away to expose dentin, which is the softer layer underneath. However, sensitive teeth could be caused by another type of injury to the tooth that could require more immediate attention from your dentist.

How can you reduce tooth sensitivity to still enjoy all the foods you love? Here are some top tips for keeping your sensitivity at bay!

An article by Dr. Jason Abel. Originally published by Your Dental Health Resource.

Read the full article here: Top Tips for Reducing Tooth Sensitivity

About Dr. Jason Abel

Dr. Jason Abel has taken extensive continuing education in order to stay current and informed in the latest procedures and techniques in dentistry. He is a “Preferred Provider” of Invisalign invisible braces, and enjoys the opportunity to provide a wide range of dental treatment for his patients, including root canals, extractions, dentures, and restorative dentistry.
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We were excited to open our doors on May 1 for regular patient care.  We will continue to strive to provide a clean, safe and caring environment. You may notice a few differences when you arrive at our office, but they are part of the new protocol we have implemented.

 

IMPORTANT: rather than entering our office upon arrival, please call us first (703-815-0775) to let us know you’re here. You will be asked some screening questions over the phone, and then may enter our reception area where your temperature will be taken and hand sanitizer provided. Your shoes will also be lightly sprayed with disinfectant. You will then be escorted to a disinfected treatment room.

We are excited to welcome you back to our office!