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Scheduling a dental checkup to address tooth sensitivity is simple. Our dentist and team can help you identify which tooth in your smile is the most sensitive and what is causing the sensitivity. Read on to learn more about identifying tooth sensitivity and what this procedure may be like.

If you need to visit Frandsen Dental to receive an oral examination for sensitive teeth, our dentist may use a dental spray gun to infuse the teeth with cold air and determine which experience sensitivity. If needed, our dentist can also recommend desensitizing agents or treatments to cover exposed tubules in the teeth. Our dentists can also perform restorative dentistry treatments such as placing a dental filling or crown, which may require some preparatory work and a follow-up visit. No matter your needs, we are committed to helping you achieve a comfortable smile.

Tooth sensitivity is a very common condition that is estimated to affect as much as 75 percent of the US population, though a safer figure is about 20 percent. Any tooth in your smile can be affected, but the most common victims are the canines.

To learn more about how to treat tooth sensitivity in West Jordan, Utah, and to speak with one of our dentists, Dr. Frandsen and Dr. Dansie, call Frandsen Dental at 801-890-0030 today.