Our Victoria Sleep Dentistry Professions Tips for Tooth Sensitivity and Diet

Our Victoria sleep dentistry professionals are always interested in supplying not only the best treatments but valuable information. If you have sensitive teeth, we recommend that you leave certain foods alone. The following list may help lessen any issues you have with sensitive teeth.

Soda Pop 

There’s a perfect storm of ingredients in most carbonated pop that will cause tooth sensitivity to become painful. Most soda has the horrible combination of both acid and sugar — two substances that will irritate exposed nerves. A lot has been written recently about the ill effects of sugary drinks on your health. Now you can add your dental health to the list.

We like to suggest that you eliminate or at least limit your intake of these types of drinks. When it comes time for some repairs to your dental work it’s always good to keep in mind that our Victoria sleep dentistry professionals have been in business for over 40 years.

If you take a quick look at our website, you’ll see that we have a variety of different options to relax you before any procedure.

Hot Coffee

Any kind of hot or cold liquid can irritate sensitive teeth. When you add sweetener or sugar, you can make the situation worse. We like to suggest you can add some cooling liquid like milk to your morning cup of coffee. Not only will that lower the temperature of the beverage, it also lowers the acidity in the coffee.

It’s also a good idea to pass over hard candy like suckers, peppermints and lollipops when you’ve got sensitive teeth. These are full the kind of sugar that can make your teeth hurt even more. One of the other big dangers here is that you can actually chip or crack a tooth.

 One of the big benefits that you get with us is our Victoria sleep dentistry team is highly trained and experienced. Every single member of our staff including the dentists and hygienists have thousands of hours of training. Not only that, everyone who works with us are all compassionate and willing to answer any and all of your questions.

We are proud to say that we’ve done a bit of research and found that a full 16% of people older than 18 suffer from some kind of dental anxiety. Because we want to be your dental partner that looks after every member of your family, our Victoria sleep dentistry team is available to walk you through any process.