There are so many different reasons you may end up with sensitive teeth. While you may hear this and think to yourself, “Great! Now how am I ever going to feel normal again?” our Celina, TX team reminds you that this is nothing to worry about. What you need to consider is the fact that since there are multiple possible factors involved, the one thing you should definitely do to find out what’s happening is schedule a dental checkup. When you visit us, we can tell you what’s going on and tell you how to feel better. As for your curiosity about those possibilities…
You May Have Bruxism
As mentioned, you should absolutely not hesitate to come in to see our team to learn more about the specific reasons you’re dealing with sensitive teeth. For now, let’s talk about bruxism! If you’ve never heard of it before, it’s really just a term we use to describe patients who are grinding or clenching their teeth. Not just every now and then, though. This is a disorder that occurs without effort (or, involuntarily). Your muscles keep moving, which causes stress for your teeth, which causes sensitivity over time. We offer treatment, so come in!
You May Have A Cavity Or Infection
If you’re experiencing what feels like one sensitive tooth or a few sensitive teeth but you cannot quite tell what’s going on, it may be the result of tooth decay or an infection. Remember, you won’t always know how to identify the type of discomfort you’re feeling or attribute it to anything specific. Remember, as well, that symptoms for things like cavities and infection can be a bit confusing and my overlap. So, again, when sensitivity strikes, visit us!
Your Teeth Might Be Eroded Or Cracked
You may realize that your teeth aren’t in the best shape but what you may have overlooked thus far is that you may have eroded enamel or even small fractures in your teeth, both of which can lead to serious sensitivity. Whether from aggressive brushing or consuming acidic beverages, etc., your teeth can become eroded, which brings nerves closer to the surface (causing sensitive teeth). Or, you might have some damage that’s too hard to see but that doesn’t feel very good. Come in! We offer care to help you.
See Us For Sensitivity ASAP
Don’t ignore sensitive teeth. Instead, take this warning seriously and come in for a dental checkup with us soon. While it may be something minor or something requiring restorative care, it’s time to receive the care you need! Get the information and treatment you need in Celina, TX by contacting Celina Family Dentistry to schedule a visit today at (214) 851-0130.