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Dealing with tooth sensitivity pain, and/or experiencing bleeding gums is actually very common. In fact, globally, over 50% of people who suffer from tooth sensitivity also deal with gum problems. And almost half of them don’t treat either condition with a specialized toothpaste.†
†Ipsos incidence data 2015. Exc. Medicines.
That’s why Sensodyne Sensitivity & Gum is formulated to relieve tooth sensitivity and improve gum health at the same time. And it’s active ingredient? Stannous fluoride.
Stannous fluoride is a chemical compound that targets both tooth sensitivity and gum health. It works like a shield by creating a barrier to protect the exposed, soft, inner part of the tooth called dentin. This shield helps prevent triggers, like cold drinks, sweets, or coffee, from reaching the nerves inside the tooth and causing pain.
It also helps target and remove plaque bacteria associated with gingivitis. And its antimicrobial activity helps improve gum health by preventing the bacteria from coming back, too.
Sensitive areas and swollen, bleeding gums
Builds a protective layer over sensitive areas
Targets and helps remove plaque associated with gingivitis
Relieves tooth sensitivity* and improves gum health
*With twice daily brushing
See how Sensodyne Sensitivity & Gum goes to work to relieve tooth sensitivity pain and improve gum health at the same time.
So, if you’re looking for effective sensitivity protection and improved gum health, Sensodyne Sensitivity and Gum is the specialized toothpaste for you. With its low abrasion formula, it’s a dual action toothpaste that's specifically designed to help people with both sensitivity and gum problems. You can take control of both these conditions with one daily toothpaste, right at home.