Sensodyne Sensitive Toothpaste Repair & Protect, 100g
- Sensodyne is the #1 Dentist recommended toothpaste brand for sensitive teeth
- Clinically proven relief and daily protection for sensitive teeth
- Provides effective lasting relief from the sensation of sensitivity and offers everyday cavity protection
- Contains patented NovaMin technology, which seeks out and forms a tooth-like layer over vulnerable areas of the tooth
- Contains fluoride to prevent cavities so that you can use it every day
- With twice daily use, Sensodyne Repair & Protect continuously repairs, strengthens and protects your teeth
Teeth sensitivity is a serious problem and quite painful too. Sensodyne Rapid Relief Toothpaste is ideal to get rid of such disastrous pain and other oral hassles. Sensodyne Rapid Relief Toothpaste is essentially meant for those who suffer from the sensitivity of teeth and gums. It’s clinically approved by the dentists and is greatly beneficial for removing toothaches and other serious gum issues. If your gum or teeth comes in contact with cold, sweet, or hot food items, it gives complete protection blocking pain and relieving the nerves or roots with microscopic.
With twice-daily brushing, Sensodyne Repair and Protect toothpaste can actually repair sensitive teeth. Its active ingredients, novamin, builds a repairing layer over the vulnerable areas of your teeth. Sensodyne Repair and Protect toothpaste provides effective lasting relief from the sensation of sensitivity and offers everyday cavity protection.
* With twice daily brushing
What is Tooth Sensitivity?
Sensitivity is the short, sharp pain experienced when eating or drinking something cold, hot, sweet, sour or spicy. This is because of exposed dentine – the inner core of the tooth surrounding the nerve. This can lead to other problems if not treated.
What Causes Sensitive Teeth?
Dentinal hypersensitivity, or tooth sensitivity, is a common dental problem. It’s a condition that can develop over time, as a result of common problems such as receding gums and enamel wear. Most sufferers are between 20 and 50 years old. Tooth sensitivity can start to happen when the softer, inner part of the tooth called ‘dentine’ becomes exposed. Dentine lies under the enamel and the gums.
Thousands of microscopic channels run through the dentine towards the center of the tooth. Once the dentine is exposed, external triggers (such as a cold drink) can stimulate the nerves inside the tooth, resulting in the characteristic short, sharp sensation of tooth sensitivity.