Sensitive Teeth? Come to Our Columbia Falls Office
Many people complain that their teeth are sensitive to hot and cold beverages, cool air, or brushing. Over time, tooth enamel can be worn away or gums can recede, exposing root surface, leading to sensitivity. This exposed layer of tooth structure contains tubules (microscopic passageways) that connect to the nerve endings within the tooth. If you are experiencing sensitive teeth, there may be an underlying issue going on in your mouth. If over-the-counter sensitivity toothpastes are ineffective, we have several non-invasive solutions performed in our office.
What Our Patient Says
"It is always hard to move to a new place and get established with a new doctor and dentist. I was very pleased to become a new patient of Dr. Evon. Her staff are efficient, very competent and pleasant; the environment is clean and pleasant. I immediately felt that I was in good hands. Dr. Evon and her staff are very good at explaining what they are doing and what needs to be done to protect my dental health."