Preventing sensitive teeth

The first step is to have either Dr. Kutsch or Renyer examine your teeth. They will check to be sure you do not have any areas of decay or even a broken or cracked tooth.  If you do not have any dental issues, you simply may have sensitive teeth. You should try a sensitive formulated…

Are your gums causing sensitive teeth?

Your gums have many functions in your mouth – from holding your teeth in place to protecting the roots of your teeth.  If you have inflamed tissue within your gums, it is not doing its job of protecting the tooth roots which can lead to sensitive teeth. By taking care of your gums and teeth…

Ouch! That Hurts!

Drinking hot coffee or eating your favorite ice cream should not be painful.  Nor should brushing or flossing your teeth. If you feel a twinge; you might have sensitive teeth. The causes of sensitivity vary: tooth decay, gum disease, worn enamel and older fillings are all culprits. The good news is that sensitive teeth can…