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Newsletter Archive

Most Recent eNewsletter:

October 2018
• Dental Concerns When On the Paleo Diet
• What Can Be Done to Decrease Tooth Sensitivity?
• Considerations When Caring for Teeth of Older Adults


Past Newsletters:

September 2018
• Clenching Your Teeth Can Cause Damage You May Not Feel for Years
• Can Meditation Help Improve Your Oral Health?
• How Salt Water Rinses Help Your Mouth


August 2018
• Is Crown Lengthening a Cosmetic Procedure or Is it More?
• Ways of Managing Teeth That Are Sensitive to Cold
• How Long Should Flossing Take Each Day?


July 2018
June 2018
May 2018
April 2018
March 2018
February 2018
January 2018
December 2017
November 2017
October 2017

What Can Be Done to Decrease Tooth Sensitivity?
When your teeth become sensitive to heat and cold, it can become incredibly painful. However, it is also something that can be addressed. Many people get sensitive teeth because they have a cavity that needs treatment. Some people also develop tooth sensitivity because they have acid erosion wearing away their enamel. If you want to decrease the sensitivity of your teeth, you should schedule an appointment for an evaluation to help determine the cause and best treatment option.



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