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See your dentist about tooth sensitivity

If you have recently had a dental procedure you may experience some tooth sensitivity but this should resolve quickly after treatment.

Key takeaways:

– Mild sensitivity is expected for a brief period of time after teeth whitening, veneers, crowns, fillings and extractions. Your dentist will advise how long this will last.

– If you have unexplained or long-term sensitivity it’s important to visit your dentist so they can determine the cause.

– Leaving sensitivity untreated may damage your teeth further.

“Your dentist can advise you after your procedure about when your teeth sensitivity will go away”

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Alison Thompson Practice Owner, Hygienist EDH Eng, Dip DHE Eng

Alison qualified in 1982 and for the last 15 years has been working locally in private practice. Dedicated to helping patients maintain healthy gums and fresh breath she works closely with the dentist to provide high quality treatment. She is bubbly and kind. She has two children and a Chihuahua cross Boston Terrier.