There’s nothing quite like the sensation of sensitive teeth. One second, you’re enjoying yourself and the next second, it feels like every nerve in your tooth is highly aggravated! You may close your eyes, cup your face, take a deep breath, and wait for it to stop. If it’s something that affects you consistently, then you know this is no way to live! Rather than ignore it, we strongly suggest you take action to resolve the problem, which may very well include using sensitivity toothpaste. Before you do, however, consider some important details.
#1: Yes, It’s Actually A Potential Solution
It’s true that toothpaste formulated to relieve sensitivity really is a potential solution for your smile if sensitive teeth have got you down. We know that you may be so used to seeing exciting features offered by product after product (though you know they’re just fancy advertising) that you may think this isn’t really going to help. It can most certainly benefit you. Check out your options. If you’re not sure which to pick, try one that’s approved by the ADA (American Dental Association).
#2: It Doesn’t Work Right Away
Don’t expect to brush sensitivity toothpaste over your teeth and experience immediate relief. Instead, expect it to work only if you do the following: Read the directions on the package. Use it as your only toothpaste. Continue using it, giving the product at least a couple weeks for full effect.
#3: You Should Still Visit Us For A Checkup
Don’t assume that addressing your sensitive teeth with paste and ending up with some relief means you have fixed the issue. It’s possible that you do simply deal with some level of sensitivity. It’s also possible that you need our help to fix an issue that’s causing that discomfort. See us!
Bring Your Sensitive Smile To Us For Beneficial Care
When sensitivity is affecting your smile, we encourage you to see us for a visit, so you may receive all of the recommendations and care you need to solve the issue. To learn more, schedule an appointment with your dentist by calling Allen & Neumann Family Dentistry in Pella, IA, today at (641) 628-1121.