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If you have sensitive teeth, you’re not alone. According to the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), approximately 40 million U.S. adults experience some degree of tooth sensitivity. Depending on the sensitivity, you may experience discomfort when your teeth come into contact with liquids and foods that are very hot, cold, acidic, or sticky.
Veneers are a great option for improving your smile, particularly if your teeth are discolored, chipped, or cracked, or have small gaps between them. In certain cases, patients may also opt for veneers instead of braces.
Arm yourself with the knowledge to improve your oral health. Dentistry involves a lot more than just a brush, floss, teeth, and gums. Unfortunately, a dentist’s chair is not the most conducive environment for asking questions when you hear a term you’re unfamiliar with. To clear up any confusion, browse the glossary of dental terminology …Read More