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My teeth are sensitive, why is that?

There can be many different reasons why teeth are sensitive.  Some common causes for sensitivity include gum recession (which causes exposure of your root surface), cavities, cracked teeth, an infected pulp (the nerve containing portion of the tooth) or, on occasion, recent fillings and crowns or teeth whitening.

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Sensitivity should be examined so your dentist can rule out disease or damage to your teeth. If you are having tooth sensitivity, please call us right away so we can examine your teeth and help relieve your discomfort.

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