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Care for Tooth Sensitivity at CDC Dental

woman holding mouth with tooth painDo you wince at the thought of sipping hot coffee or cringe when enjoying a cold ice cream?

Tooth sensitivity can turn these simple pleasures into moments of discomfort. At CDC Dental, we’re dedicated to taking the guess work out of tooth sensitivity and offering you solutions to reclaim the joy of your favourite treats.

Why Are Your Teeth So Sensitive?

Tooth sensitivity, or dentin hypersensitivity, strikes when your enamel wears down or your gums recede, exposing the dentin underneath. This can happen due to various reasons, from your diet to your dental hygiene habits.

Common culprits include

  • Enamel Erosion: Acidic and sugary foods are enamel’s arch enemies, wearing it down over time.
  • Gum Recession: Pulling back gums exposes sensitive tooth roots, leaving them vulnerable.
  • Tooth Decay: Cavities can breach the protective layers of your teeth, getting too close to the nerves.
  • Bruxism: Grinding your teeth? This habit can wear down your enamel, exposing the sensitive dentin.
  • Dental Procedures: Sometimes, dental work can leave your teeth feeling temporarily sensitive.

How We Help

We’ve got a full toolkit ready to combat tooth sensitivity, tailored just for you by our team of skilled Oral Health Therapists (OHTs) and experienced dentists.

  • Desensitising Toothpaste: We’ll recommend toothpastes that block discomfort and protect your pearly whites.
  • Fluoride Treatments: Strengthen your enamel with our professional fluoride applications, making your teeth less susceptible to sensitivity.
  • Dental Sealants: Seal the deal against sensitivity by covering exposed areas with protective sealants.
  • Gentle Brushing Techniques: Our team will show you how to brush effectively without aggravating sensitivity.
  • Dietary Guidance: We’ll help identify and swap out the dietary culprits eroding your enamel.
  • Custom Mouthguards: Our custom-fitted mouthguards can shield your teeth from the effects of bruxism, also known as grinding.
  • Targeted Treatments: Whether it’s decay or gum disease, we’re on it—addressing the root cause of your sensitivity.

Embrace a Sensitive-Free Life

Don’t let tooth sensitivity hold you back. At CDC Dental, we’re committed to providing you with personalised care that addresses not just the symptoms but the root causes of your discomfort.

Book a visit with our team today!



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