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Tooth Sensitivity Treatment

If you suffer from tooth sensitivity, you know how painful it can be to eat or drink anything hot or cold. But with Magnum Clinic's new tooth sensitivity treatment, you can finally get relief from the pain. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.

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What is tooth sensitivity?

Tooth sensitivity is a condition in which the teeth are hypersensitive to stimuli, such as hot or cold food and drink, sweets, or contact with the tongue. The condition can be caused by a variety of factors, including enamel erosion, gum recession, tooth decay, and exposed dentin. Treatment typically involves using a desensitizing toothpaste or mouthwash, or a dental sealant.

What to do if I have tooth sensitivity?

If you experience tooth sensitivity, it is likely that you have a cavity or another dental issue. You should visit your dentist as soon as possible for a diagnosis and treatment. Tooth sensitivity can be caused by a number of factors, such as plaque buildup, tartar buildup, gum disease, and tooth decay. In many cases, tooth sensitivity can be treated with simple dental cleaning or by filling a cavity.

Causes of tooth sensitivity?

Tooth sensitivity can be caused by a variety of factors, including but not limited to: dental caries (cavities), enamel erosion, gum recession, exposed dentin, and use of teeth whitening products. Dental caries is the most common cause of tooth sensitivity, as the decay process can expose the underlying dentin layer and irritate the nerve endings.

Tooth sensitivity treatment

The treatment for tooth sensitivity can vary, depending on the underlying cause. If the sensitivity is due to a exposed dentin surface, then a fluoride varnish or desensitizing toothpaste may be recommended. If the sensitivity is due to a cracked tooth, then a filling or crown may be necessary. If the sensitivity is due to gum recession, then a gum graft may be recommended.

What if we ignore tooth sensitivity?

If tooth sensitivity is ignored, it can lead to more serious dental problems. Tooth sensitivity is a sign that the enamel on your teeth is thinning, which means that the dentin underneath is exposed. This can lead to cavities and even loss of teeth if left untreated.

How much does it cost for tooth sensitivity treatment?

The cost of tooth sensitivity treatment can vary depending on the severity of the sensitivity and the type of treatment used. Generally, over-the-counter desensitizing toothpastes are relatively affordable, while more intensive treatments such as dental sealants or prescription medications may be more expensive. Talk to your dentist about the best way to treat your tooth sensitivity and get an estimate for the cost of your specific treatment plan.

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How can I book an appointment?
To book an appointment at any of our dental clinics, you can fill the form available at the top, and one of our representatives will get in touch with you. Alternatively, you can also give us a call on +971 5433 63340/+971 5071 93374.
What are your dental clinic timings?
Magnum Dental clinics remain open from 9 AM to 11 PM every day. However, in the case of unforeseen situations, the timing may differ on that particular day. Our Clinics are open on weekends.
What modes of payment are acceptable at Magnum Dental Clinics?
We accept payments through Cash/Credit Card/ Debit Card.
What are the safety measures adopted by Magnum?
Magnum Dental has taken world-class precautions to assure patient safety. In response to the COVID crisis, we improved our safety protocols in accordance with WHO guidelines and are now using 10X safety protocols. When it comes to safety and cleanliness, we make no compromises. This ensures that the area is fully sterile and hygienic.
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