Sensitivity & Gum
Sensodyne. No.1 dentist recommended brand for sensitive teeth
- Dual relief toothpaste for sensitivity & gum problems
- Clinically proven sensitivity relief and improved gum health
Sensodyne Sensitivity & Gum toothpaste is clinically proven to relieve tooth sensitivity & improve gum health. Its dual action formula works in two ways.
It builds a protective layer over sensitive areas, effectively relieving tooth sensitivity and it targets and removes plaque bacteria, to help reduce gum problems.
With twice daily brushing it also helps remove stains for whiter teeth.
Now you can deal with both Sensitivity and Gum concerns in one specially formulated toothpaste.
Stannous fluoride 0.454% w/w (0.11% w/w Fluoride ion).
(alpha) Cocamidopropyl betaine, flavour, glycerin, hydrated silica, PEG-8, pentasodium triphosphate, polyacrylic acid, sodium lauryl sulphate, sodium saccharin, titanium dioxide.
Always follow the label. Adults and children 12 years of age and over. Brush teeth thoroughly (for at least 1 minute), twice daily, preferably after each meal or as directed by a health care practitioner. Spit out and do not swallow. Use no more than 3 times/day.
Do not use if glued carton ends are missing or broken. Do not store above 30°C. Close cap after each use to protect contents from moisture. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, call a poison control centre or get medical help right away. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Sensitive teeth and gum problems may indicate an underlying problem that needs prompt care, stop use and consult a dentist if symptoms persist or worsen. Stop use and talk to your dentist or doctor immediately if you experience swelling of the mouth or face. Not for use by children under 12 years of age, unless on advice of a dentist or doctor.
What Does Sensitivity Feel Like?
Watch Dr. Jay’s simple explanation and why he recommends Sensodyne to his patients with sensitive teeth.
“This toothpaste is wonderful! It definitely reduces sensitivity and also leaves behind fresh smelling/tasting breath.”