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There are many remedies you can use to try and relieve your tooth sensitivity, and some of those remedies include:

• Brush your teeth at least twice a day
• Floss your teeth at least once a day
• Brush your teeth with a soft-bristled toothbrush and with toothpaste that caters to tooth sensitivity
• Watch what you eat and avoid eating acidic foods
• Use a mouth guard at night if you tend to grind your teeth
• Visit your dentist every six months
• Rinse your mouth daily with a fluoride mouthwash

Tooth sensitivity can be extremely inconvenient and painful, and if these remedies don’t give you the comfort you deserve, we encourage you to call our office today and schedule an appointment with your dentist. Meeting with your dentist can help you find the best cure for your sensitive teeth. It can also treat any dental problems that may be causing the sensitivity, like gum disease, tooth decay, teeth grinding habits, and tooth damage. So, if the previous remedies don’t relieve your discomfort, call our office today and finally treat the dental problem that makes eating and drinking hot, cold, sweet, and sour products so difficult! We look forward to working with you.