You might want to just pretend like those uncomfortable sensations that keep sending jolts through your teeth are not there. However, when tooth sensitivity makes itself known, it can be very hard to ignore. In addition, ignoring such a feeling is generally not something we suggest. Instead, we would like you to take time to see our team, so we can make things better! Consider some reasons to come right in.
It Might Mean Very Little (But It’s Stressing You Out)
Your smile may be perfectly fine. Sometimes, some individuals’ teeth are more sensitive than others. However, since tooth sensitivity can sometimes mean something really requires treatment, you may be stressing about your sensations when you’re actually just fine. Seeing us can put this to rest (and we’ll help your teeth feel better with some advice).
It Might Mean Something Needs Immediate Care
As mentioned, you may need treatment for a problem that’s been causing your tooth sensitivity. You won’t know, however, if this is the case or not until we actually examine your smile! Avoid letting a cavity, infected tooth, or otherwise get the best of you. Instead, make time for an appointment ASAP!
It May Mean You Should Change Some Things
You may be far too aggressive with your care, which is damaging your enamel. You may be consuming too many acidic foods and drinks, which is leading to enamel damage. When you end up with tooth sensitivity and you see us about it, you can often quickly make changes to your routine and choices that will help protect your smile and oral health rather than leaving it vulnerable to damage. See us soon to be safe!
Take Time To Talk Tooth Sensitivity With Us
See our team if your smile feels sensitive, so we may rule out certain problems, figure out if you require any repairs, and help you recover your usual comfort. Contact Absolute Dental Care today in Virginia Beach, VA to schedule a visit by calling (757) 428-7440. We proudly welcome patients Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk, Hampton, Eastern Shore, and all surrounding communities.