Our Cheney Dentist Helps You Manage Common Dental Problems

Written by Dr. Collins on Jan 18, 2022

The primary goal of any patient visiting the dentist is to go through his or her daily routine comfortably. In order for this to be achievable, it’s imperative that you understand what dental discomfort means so we can help alleviate your pain as quickly and efficiently possible! Keep reading to learn more from our Cheney dentists

The underlying structure of your smile—your teeth and bone tissue—contains nerves that are quite sensitive and susceptible to irritation. Dental enamel and oral tissues are designed to protect these nerves from damage, and prevent you from experiencing pain.

Unfortunately, there are a number of dental issues that can disrupt this delicate balance:

  • Dental cavities
  • Acid-related erosion
  • Thin dental enamel due to bruxism or manual abrasion
  • Infected gum tissue

If you have started to notice dental pain as part of your day to day routine, then it is time to talk to your dental team about scheduling an oral health assessment. During this appointment, our team will check your smile for signs of infection or damage. Based on what we find, we may recommend…

  • Restorative treatment to build up diminished enamel
  • Cavity removal, and subsequent tooth repair
  • That you incorporate sensitivity-diminishing mouth rinses or toothpastes into your routine
  • Gum tissue treatment to treat periodontal disease
  • Gum tissue grafts to fortify gums that are weakened or pulling away from your teeth

Think of it this way: dental discomfort is your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong. So, take the time to listen to it! When you are able to seek prompt treatment for dental pain, you can minimize your risk of developing serious, irreversible damage.

Have questions? Or want to schedule a consultation with our team? Give our Cheney dentists a call!