Baby, it’s cold outside!
And that can affect your dental health in several ways.
Today, we’re focusing on tooth sensitivity, an uncomfortable problem many people experience during the cold winter months. As you switch from the frigid air outside to the warmth of the indoors, your enamel will expand and contract.
This can become painful when tiny cracks form as your teeth adjust to the changes in temperature.
Here are some tips you can follow at home for sensitive teeth, but remember to visit us if the problem doesn’t go away or gets worse. That can be a sign of something else going on that needs restorative care, like a cavity or infection.