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24/7* sensitivity protection toothpaste

Sensodyne® Extra Whitening Toothpaste 

Sensodyne® Extra Whitening is the #1-selling toothpaste for sensitive teeth in the U.S. With brushing twice a day, it eliminates stains to get your teeth whiter while relieving the pain caused by sensitive teeth.

 

 

Sensodyne extra whitening toothpaste

Sensodyne® Full Protection Plus Whitening Toothpaste

When used every day, Sensodyne® Full Protection toothhpaste relieves sensitive teeth by building a protective barrier that blocks the pain caused by hot, cold, sweet and other triggers and keeps it from coming back. It also prevents cavities and helps fights tartar build-up. It has a great taste that leaves your mouth with a fresh, clean feeling and it also whitens teeth.

 

 

Sensodyne full protection toothpaste

Sensodyne® Tartar Control Plus Whitening Toothpaste

Sensodyne® Tartar Control plus Whitening toothpaste not only relieves sensitivity, it also fights tartar build up and whitens teeth by gently removing surface stains. Like all Sensodyne® toothpaste products, when used every day, Sensodyne® Tartar Control plus Whitening toothpaste relieves sensitive teeth by building a protective barrier that blocks the pain caused by hot, cold, sweet and other contact triggers and it keeps it from coming back. The great taste of Sensodyne® Tartar Control plus Whitening toothpaste leaves a fresh, clean feeling in your mouth.

 

 

Sensodyne tartar control toothpaste

Sensodyne® Fresh Impact Toothpaste

Sensodyne® Fresh Impact toothpaste is a refreshing combination of paste and gel that keeps your breath feeling fresh for hours. Like other Sensodyne® toothpaste products, when used every day, it relieves sensitive teeth by building a protective barrier that blocks the pain caused by hot, cold, sweet and other triggers and it keeps it from coming back. Sensodyne® Fresh Impact toothpaste also has a great tasting mint flavor.

 

 

Sensodyne fresh impact toothpaste

Sensodyne® Fresh Mint Toothpaste

When used every day, Sensodyne® Fresh Mint toothpaste relieves sensitive teeth by building a protective barrier that blocks the pain caused by hot, cold, sweet and other contact triggers and it keeps it from coming back. Sensodyne® Fresh Mint toothpaste has a mild mint flavor that has a great taste and keeps your mouth feeling fresh and clean.

 

 

Sensodyne fresh mint toothpaste

Sensodyne® Cool Gel Toothpaste

Sensodyne® Cool Gel toothpaste is the only desensitizing toothpaste that comes in a cool blue gel for people who prefer gels. Like other Sensodyne® toothpaste products, when used every day, Sensodyne® Cool Gel toothpaste relieves sensitive teeth by building a protective barrier that blocks the pain caused by hot, cold, sweet and other contact triggers and keeps it from coming back. Sensodyne® Cool Gel toothpaste has a cool refreshing taste that leaves your mouth feeling fresh and clean.

 

 

Sensodyne cool gel toothpaste

Sensodyne® Original Toothpaste

Launched in 1961, Sensodyne® Original toothpaste was the first desensitizing toothpaste introduced under the Sensodyne® toothpaste brand name. Since launch, it has undergone formulation enhancements. Like all Sensodyne® toothpaste products, when used everyday, it relieves sensitive teeth by building a protective barrier that blocks the pain caused by hot, cold, sweet and other contact triggers and it keeps it from coming back.

 

Sensodyne original flavor toothpaste

Frequently Asked Questions

What is tooth sensitivity? [-]

Tooth sensitivity, also described as a short, sharp pain most frequently occurs when eating or drinking hot or cold food and drinks. You may also feel discomfort when consuming sweet or sour food and drinks, or when you brush your teeth and rinse with cold water. Many adults have only occasional tooth sensitivity. Some adults experience chronic pain. Tooth sensitivity may be an indication of an underlying dental problem. Please consult your dentist.

What causes tooth sensitivity? [-]

Underneath the tooth's protective enamel coating is a highly porous layer called "dentin."  Thousands of microscopic channels run through the dentin. Once dentin is exposed, the tooth can become susceptible to factors that trigger sensitivity, such as cold food or drinks and that's why you may feel a short, sharp pain

How can I protect myself against sensitivity? [-]

Brushing with a sensitivity toothpaste such as Sensodyne® toothpaste is a good way to relieve sensitivity. In addition, you should avoid brushing too hard and to use a soft-bristled toothbrush specially designed for sensitive teeth. Taking good care of your teeth and seeing your dentist regularly can also help protect against conditions that contribute to sensitivity, such as gum disease, cavities and gum recession.

What triggers sensitive teeth? [-]

Sensitive teeth can be caused by gum recession, loss of enamel or damage to teeth and gums. Temporary sensitivity can be caused by cosmetic professional or at-home whitening treatments. Sensitive teeth can hurt as a reaction to:

  • Cold foods or beverages
  • Hot foods or beverages
  • Sweet foods
  • Chemical stimulus
Is tooth sensitivity a common dental problem? [-]

Yes. Sensitive teeth affect many people, even young people, and can start at any time.

Is tooth sensitivity a sign of a more serious dental problem? [-]

Often, tooth sensitivity while bothersome, is not usually a sign of a serious dental condition. However, sensitive teeth may indicate an underlying dental problem requiring prompt care by a dentist. See your dentist as soon as possible for advice.

Can brushing too hard cause sensitive teeth? [-]

Yes. Brushing too hard can lead to receding gums. Over time, it can also lead to wearing away of the tooth, which is another way dentin becomes exposed, causing sensitivity.

Can tooth whitening cause sensitivity? [-]

Tooth whitening treatments are becoming increasingly popular. Typically, the ingredients in the products used for whitening are hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. These are usually administered through a specially made tray (similar to a gum-shield). As the whitening agent is broken down, oxygen gets into the enamel on the teeth and the tooth color is made lighter. Tooth sensitivity is widely recognized as being associated with tooth bleaching procedures. There is no exact science to predicting if you will experience sensitivity but reports suggest that up to 80% of patients using bleaching will experience some sensitivity. Be sure to discuss this with your dentist prior to any treatment.

 


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