Category: Toothaches

Is It Normal To Have Sensitive Teeth?

Temperature sensitivity affects many people, and if you’ve ever flinched due to tooth pain or discomfort when biting into an ice pop or taking a sip of hot coffee, you are one of them! However, even though it affects a large amount of people, living with pain is never normal. At Mansfield Dental Associates, we… Read more »

Toothache Or Tooth Sensitivity?

When it comes to oral health and issues of the mouth, most problems occur in progressive stages. This means that when something is left untreated, it will continue to worsen. For instance, a tooth that starts off as just a bit sensitive may progress into an excruciatingly painful toothache. In most cases, oral issues become… Read more »

Quiz: Dealing With Tooth Pain

What would you do if you started to experience tooth pain? Are you aware of what different oral health conditions can lead to discomfort in a tooth, or in several teeth? Understanding the causes of tooth pain – and the need to seek treatment for them – can help you better preserve your oral health…. Read more »

Root Canal Treatment Explained

If you’ve ever had a sensitive tooth, you would probably agree that it was one of the most excruciating experiences you’ve ever had. Studies reveal that 25% of working adults in America have had to take time off of work to visit a dentist about one or more sensitive teeth. The discomfort can indicate any… Read more »

Your Mansfield Dentist Explains BRONJ

Bone loss is a serious issue for cancer patients and the aging. Bisphosphonates promote an increase in bone growth, as well reduce further bone loss, which is why doctors prescribe this drug therapy to sufferers of osteoporosis. Even though the drugs successfully fight bone loss, patients do experience some side effects. In rare cases, taking… Read more »