Question: What can be done to prevent, reduce or treat tooth sensitivity?
Answer: Often times if you solve the cause of a problem you will eliminate the symptoms. Tooth sensitivity caused by grinding and clenching can often be eliminated by reducing, eliminating or learning to cope with the stresses encountered in one’s life. Tooth sensitivity brought about by malocclusion (improper bite) can be reduced in various ways, including: adjusting one’s bite, redoing inadequate restorations, correcting asymmetries and poor jaw position with various removable appliances, and sometimes full mouth reconstruction to restore teeth to their proper levels.
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