temperature sensitive teeth

Dealing With Temperature Sensitive Teeth

When your teeth detect changes in temperature, both cold and/or hot; it’s the discomfort you feel when you eat, drink and breathe; it can either be cold or hot sensitive… this is temperature sensitivity.

There are many causes of temperature sensitivity which may include but are not limited to:
Bite pressures
•  Cavities
• Gum disease
• Cracks
• Stress
• Acid destruction
• Food, drink, etc.
• Old fillings leaking
• Other dental work leaking
• Shrinking gums (recession)
• Sonic toothbrushes
• Alcohol-containing mouth washes
• Toxic chemicals such as peroxide, bleaches, etc.
• Inflammation of the neurovascular bundle inside the tooth

WHAT CAN BE DONE TO TREAT TEMPERATURE SENSITIVITY?

  1. Implement the home care instructions when you connect on your first visit
  2. Receive detailed cleanings with a registered dental hygienist.
  3. A proper diagnosis is key to determine the underlying cause.
  4. Take appropriate actions to prevent the cause.
  5. Follow through and treat as required.

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~ Dr. Joe Kravitz, DDS, MS
Dentist, Author, Researcher, Coach
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