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Having sensitive teeth can mean anything from getting
a mild twinge to having severe discomfort that can continue for several
hours. It can also be an early warning
sign of a more serious problem.
You are more likely to notice sensitivity when drinking or eating something hot or cold, when cold air catches your teeth, and sometimes when you eat something sweet. Of course, there are many other things that can cause you to have sensitivity; brushing too hard causing enamel to be worn away, aClick here to read more.
Certain circumstances warrant a trip to your Jonesboro dentists, Parkey & Davis DDS. Learn what things should prompt a call for dental treatment.
Should you call your dentist, or shouldn't you? When it comes to preserving your oral and overall health, don't hesitate. If you have a question or concern about your teeth or gums, contact Jonesboro dentists, Dr. Michael C. Parkey and Dr. Craig. T. Davis, Jr. right away for an appointment. Prevention and careful, immediate treatment are at the heartClick here to read more.
You have selected Parkey & Davis DDS as your new Jonesboro dentists. Learn what to expect during your new patient visit.
Parkey & Davis DDS want you to experience dentistry in a whole new way. This experienced team offers comfort, compassion and state of the art diagnostics and treatments during your first visit and all through your long-term relationship with these Jonesboro dentists.Click here to read more.
Would you like to rescue your smile from the effects of crooked teeth? Effects that might not only be aesthetic but threatening to your oral health, too? (Studies show that straight teeth are healthier teeth, because they are easier to keep clean with basic brushing and flossing.) Then consider having orthodontics with Invisalign. Using this system, Dr. Parkey or Dr. Davis will be able to straighten your teeth so discreetly that only you and your dental team will ever know you're wearingClick here to read more.
The Centers for Disease control state that approximately half of the adults in the United States have some form of gum disease - from reversible gingivitis to devastating periodontitis. Jonesboro periodontists, Drs. Michael C. Parkey and Craig T. Davis outline the risk factors for this worrisome oral health problem.Click here to read more.