Treat Your Sensitive Teeth at Our Affordable Stuart Dental Care

Sensitive teeth are a big problem many people have to deal with in their lives. The sensitivity causes a sharp pain that radiates down through the jawbone, making living a day to day life incredibly difficult. Even focusing on a small task seems impossible, so how do you treat sensitive teeth? Let's break it down at our affordable Stuart dental care.


Desensitizing Toothpaste

If you have sensitive teeth but they aren't physically damaged, we may direct you to use desensitizing toothpaste, which can reduce pain and sensitivity in your teeth over time. This is a great option even if your sensitivity is caused by tooth decay, as over time, the sensitivity will cease.



Fluoride is essential for sensitive teeth! The sensitivity often caused by tooth decay occurs when the nerve of the tooth is revealed. Fluoride in toothpaste and in the water we drink helps solidify the enamel or the outermost portion of the tooth. If you keep your enamel strong, you likely won't need sensitivity treatment. 


Gum Graft

If your physical tooth doesn't have any decay on it, your sensitivity may be coming from your gum. Your gums seat your teeth in your mouth, and if one gets injured, it may reveal part of the root of your tooth, causing sensitivity. Gum grafts are a small graft from a healthy portion of your mouth that helps cover the damaged area, therefore reducing and potentially eliminating sensitivity. 


If you're suffering from sensitive teeth, be sure to schedule an appointment with us as soon as possible! As an Affordable Stuart dental care provider, we can help you figure out the best options for your smile.

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