Why Are My Teeth So Sensitive?

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

It is estimated that approximately half the population experiences tooth sensitivityTooth sensitivity can range from very mild to extreme and can come and go over time. 

Do you ever wonder why your teeth are tender or in pain when you eat or drink something hot or cold or sweet and sour? 

This tenderness can be slight or long-lasting and seem to never subside. This sensitivity can often be from eating or biting on certain foods that are hot, cold, sweet, or sour. 

Although having sensitive teeth is an annoyance, it can also signal much more serious dental health issues. If you are experiencing tooth sensitivity we suggest scheduling an appointment with Dr. Lechner. After Dr. Lechner determines that source of your tooth sensitivity he can suggest a treatment plan.

Teeth can become sensitive for many different reasons ranging from trauma to dental disease. The first step in treating sensitive teeth is to determine the cause.  At Lechner Dental Group, we will examine your teeth and try to determine the cause.

For more information or to schedule a visit to discuss your sensitive teeth contact us or call us at our Delaware, OH office 740-363-8240.  Please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!

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