As many Americans are looking for ways to be healthier, gaining good nutrition through the diet is always a topic of interest. In efforts to reduce the consumption of fatty meats, a lot of people turn to foods that are high in proteins via seeds and legumes (beans and peas). These foods have wonderful nutritional value and should be part of a healthy diet. As more and more people have transitioned to diets that are high in foods that contain phytic acid, scientists, doctors, and dentists have noticed some trends in their health. And these trends do have the potential to affect oral health, too.
Statistics are not clear on just how many American adults suffer from sensitive teeth. Some studies suggest one out of every eight Americans has a problem with tooth sensitivity, while others claim the number is more like three-quarters of adults have some form of hypersensitivity in their teeth. Regardless of the prevalence, those who have sensitive teeth know they do because it is a condition classified by its symptom.
Sensitive teeth is a dental condition that we treat at Premier Dental of Ohio. Learn what causes sensitive teeth & some ways to prevent it.
Whether its a hot beverage or a bite into something cold, sensitive teeth can be frustrating. Learn what causes it and how to prevent sensitive teeth.
If you wince every time you eat something cold, chances are you have sensitive teeth. Learn what causes the sensitivity and how to avoid it.
There are many types of toothpaste products on the market. Learn about the various types and what kind you should purchase for your best oral health.
Our hygienists and dentists hear stories from our patients about their sensitive teeth. Learn how to treat sensitivity and avoid future tooth pain.