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Tooth sensitivity can prove to be more than a nuisance. The discomfort associated with certain foods and beverages can hamper your enjoyment of life as well as cause you to limit your choices.

 

If you have recently noticed discomfort with multiple teeth, you might want to consider scheduling an appointment with a dentist like Dr. Szilard Zombor. After conducting a thorough examination he can help develop a treatment plan to help mitigate your tooth sensitivity problems.

 

In some of these cases one or more factors can contribute to the symptoms. Tooth enamel erosion, developing tooth decay on multiple teeth and other dental health problems can all be common culprits.

 

It’s also worth keeping in mind that a chronic sinus infection can be a primary or contributing factor in some acute cases of tooth sensitivity. The pressure caused by a buildup of fluid in the lower sinuses can sometimes place excessive pressure on the nerves of the upper teeth.   

 

If this is a factor contributing to your discomfort, your primary physician might be able to provide you with a prescription nasal decongestant to help gradually alleviate the sinus pressure. As it slowly dissipates, you will likely notice decrease in your tooth sensitivity discomfort.

 

If you live in the Lynnwood, Washington, area and you have been experiencing tooth sensitivity symptoms, you should call 425-697-3907 to seek professional diagnosis at Concept Dental.