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Brian Kinsey DMD, Dentistry at Hamilton Mill

What causes tooth sensitivity?

Tooth sensitivity may be caused by many factors including worn or chipped enamel, receded gums and gum disease, decay/cavities, clenching and grinding, cracks and infected or abscessed roots.  Sometimes the sensitivity can be exacerbated by hot or cold liquids and foods, acidic foods sweets, chewing and even certain toothpaste.  Tooth sensitivity can often be treated effectively but it is essential to first determine the underlying cause.  If you are experiencing tooth sensitivity we would be glad to take a look and help you determine the cause and the best method of treatment.

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We are excited to announce that our office will be re-opening on Monday May 4th at 8:00 a.m.  If you have an upcoming dental appointment and have any questions or concerns, please call or text the office 678-714-0525.  As a precaution to ensure the safety of our staff and patients, we ask that you do not bring any additional guest to your appointment. If you are showing ANY symptoms related to COVID-19, please let us know asap so we can help get your appointment rescheduled.

If you are experiencing a true dental emergency before we open on May 4th, please call our office at (678) 714-0525. If you are unsure whether or not you are having an emergency, please read the ADA patient emergency flier.

Dr Brian Kinsey & Staff