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Sensodyne Repair & Protect Toothpaste (75ml) - Pack of 6

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Gum health is key. Avoid gum disease to avoid gum recession. Brush twice daily and use some form of interdental cleaning every day. When overlaid, energy-dispersive X-ray (EDX) microscopy plots of the new reparative layer †(hydroxyapatite-like layer) and the dentine surface confirm their similar inorganic compositions. GDC number: 259369. Gemma qualified from Cardiff University School of Dentistry with BDS(Hons) in 2015. Hi Gemma, thanks again for your helpful reply. Sorry just wanted to ask a follow up question please. Most dentists recommend brushing last thing at night. If I use the Biomin F last thing, can I then apply GC Tooth Mousse immediately afterwards? Or should I wait 30 minutes? Also, would the GC paste interfere with the coating properties of the Biomin at all? Many thanks. Reply Decide whether to go for SLS-Free. This is worth considering if you suffer from sore gums or ulcers. I go into more detail in my post on the best SLS-Free toothpastes.

The Deep Clean variety is a gel as opposed to a paste, and additional ingredients compared to the original flavour include Pentasodium Triphosphate and SLS! Sensodyne is known for its sensitivity toothpastes, but they use two different active ingredients: stannous fluoride or potassium nitrate. I have included Sensodyne Daily Care here as it is one of the cheapest potassium nitrate containing toothpastes. Glycerin, PEG-8, Hydrated Silica, Pentasodium Triphosphate, Aroma, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Titanium Dioxide, Carbomer, Stannous Fluoride, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Saccharin, Sodium Fluoride, Limonene. Take home pastes. Contain stronger concentrations of ingredients, or ingredients not available in normal stores. Sensodyne Daily Care toothpastesprovide daily care for sensitive teeth.They also offer many of the their benefits of a daily toothpaste, including cavity protection and fresh breath.Not everyone gets a benefit from all sensitive toothpastes. One ingredient may work better than another for you. If you switch products and ingredients, you may lose the benefits from the other toothpaste. The new toothpaste hasn’t caused the sensitivity, but it is no longer helping. If you suddenly develop sensitive teeth, see a dental professional. Does toothpaste for sensitive teeth work? SEM image adapted from Earl et al. 2011 1 SEM, scanning electron microscope *It forms a protective layer over the sensitive area of the teeth. Brush twice a day for lasting sensitivity protection

Yes, the recommendation is last thing at night. But so long as it is after your last meal and you aren’t eating or drinking anything other than water, it is fine to brush earlier in the evening. I would recommend waiting at least 30 mins between brushing and the application of Tooth Mousse. This should allow enough time to get the greatest benefit from the fluoride within Biomin F. Sensitive teeth may indicate an underlying problem that needs prompt care. If symptoms persist or worsen see a dentist.

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Unfortunately, there are very few toothpastes on the US market which do contain arginine, so choice is limited. However you may also be able to buy arginine-containing products at your dentist’s office to take home. Calcium and Phosphate Ions Chart adapted from GSK data on file RH01897 13 *Qualifying sensitive teeth met the following inclusion criteria: signs of EAR, GI ≤1, clinical mobility=0, no dentition exclusion and sensitivity to a qualifying air blast. ITT population (n=75) If you are getting a lot of sensitivity from one tooth I would recommend you see a dental professional who can exclude any problems with the tooth. They might also be able to offer treatments, depending on the cause of the sensitivity, such as applying a professional varnish, or repairing the tooth with filling material. Any advice I give is without assessing you and doesn’t replace advice given by your own dentist.

GC Tooth Mousse is significantly different to many of the other pastes available for tooth sensitivity, and is definitely worth a try if you have been unsuccessful with other toothpastes. The Ca:P ratio of the hydroxyapatite-like layer is ~1.67, similar to that of dentine and hydroxyapatite 1 To put it bluntly, there isn’t one single best Sensodyne toothpaste. Other than two different active ingredients, there isn’t an awful lot of difference in the formulations, but there may be a big change in price.Different toothpastes do have different active ingredients for sensitivity. You need to give them a couple of weeks to see if they do have an effect. After 3 days of using this toothpaste, there was a notable difference in my sensitivity to sugar, cold drinks, and my morning coffee. Definitely going to buy again.” It was refreshing and I felt it made my teeth less sensitive to cold or sweet things I ate. Loved it.”

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