If you’re experiencing tooth sensitivity, we have good news! Kingsland dentist Dr. James Lassiter is an experienced dentist, who is dedicated to providing comprehensive, high-quality dental care to patients of all ages. At Lassiter Family Dentistry in Kingsland, GA, we work with you to help find the cause of your tooth sensitivity and develop a treatment plan that is right for you. We understand that tooth sensitivity can get in the way of everyday activities, so don’t waste another moment and come visit us at Lassiter Family Dentistry!
Preventive Dental Care in Kingsland, CA
Family dentist Dr. Lassiter recommends that patients should visit his office twice a year. During the preventive care visit, Dr. Lassiter is able to properly check the mouth, teeth, and gums for any signs of dysfunction.Dr. Lassiter may be able to spot a problem that could cause tooth sensitivity.Catching complex problems early saves you time and money.
During the preventive care visit, one of our specially trained dental hygienists will thoroughly remove any plaque and bacteria on teeth during a professional teeth cleaning. Professional teeth cleanings can clean parts of the teeth and mouth that regular flossing and brushing can not reach, so it is important to receive them twice a year to maintain the health of your smile.
Tooth sensitivity can develop from a variety of dental issues. Family and general dentist Dr. Lassiter can help examine your teeth and determine the cause and develop a customized plan to help treat your tooth sensitivity.
Possible Reason For Tooth Sensitivity:
A) You may have tooth decay. Untreated tooth decay can cause your teeth to break down over time, causing tooth sensitivity. It is important to treat tooth decay in a timely matter to stop the development of a more complex dental issue. Dr. Lassiter may suggest the use of a dental filling to help solve your tooth sensitivity.
B) You may have gum disease. Gum disease is highly treatable with proper care from an experienced dentist like Dr. Lassiter. Gum disease causes the gums to recede which exposes more of the tooth and can cause tooth sensitivity. At Lassiter Family Dentistry, we offer a variety of treatments to help treat your gum disease and restore the health of your smile.
C) You grind your teeth. Teeth grinding can cause the teeth to look work and uneven. More importantly, tooth grinding can cause patients to feel pain, discomfort, and/or tooth sensitivity. Dr. Lassiter can work with you to create a plan that will help protect your teeth. Dr. Lassiter may recommend the use of a mouthguard to help keep your teeth protected.
No need to suffer through tooth sensitivity. Come visit Dr. Lassiter at Lassiter Family Dentistry in Kingsland, GA. Feel free to schedule an appointment online or call (912) 576-4011