Sensodyne Repair and Protect Toothpaste, 3.4 Ounce
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- Relieves the pain and helps to stop it from coming back
- Creates a repairing layer over vulnerable sensitive areas to shield from pain
- Active ingredient - stannous fluoride, builds repairing layer over vulnerable sensitive areas of teeth
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It Helps Stop Sensitivity*, and It Doesn’t Stop There
You care about your teeth, so when it comes to choosing your toothpaste, you hold high standards. That’s why Sensodyne toothpaste offers a wide range of specialized products designed to fit exactly what you’re looking for. Not only is Sensodyne toothpaste the #1 dentist recommended toothpaste for sensitivity*—it can help improve your overall oral health in almost every other way.
*With twice daily brushing.
Do You Suffer From Tooth Sensitivity?
Do you get twinges when you eat or drink certain foods? Is your sensitivity a daily problem or perhaps just an occasional annoyance? If so, then chances are you have "dentin hypersensitivity," another name for sensitive teeth. It’s not uncommon–as many as 38% of adults regularly suffer from painful teeth due to sensitivity.
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When using this product, if irritation occurs discontinue use.
Stop use and ask a dentist if: The problem persists or worsens. Sensitive teeth may indicate a serious problem that may need prompt care by a dentist. Pain/sensitivity still persists after 4 weeks of use.
Keep out of reach of children. If more than used for brushing is accidentally swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
Active Ingredient - Purposes Stannous Fluoride 0.454% (0.15% W/V Fluoride Ion) - Anticavity, Antihypersensitivity.
Inactive Ingredients: Glycerin, PEG-8, Hydrated Silica, Pentasodium Triphosphate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Flavor, Titanium Dioxide, Polyacrylic Acid, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Saccharin.
Adults and children 12 years of age and older: Apply at least a 1-inch strip of the product onto a soft bristle toothbrush. Brush teeth thoroughly for at least 1 minute twice a day (morning and evening), and not more than 3 times a day, or as recommended by a dentist or doctor. Make sure to brush all sensitive areas of the teeth. Minimize swallowing. Spit out after brushing.
Children under 12 years of age: Consult a dentist or doctor.
Other information: Products containing stannous fluoride may produce surface staining of the teeth. Adequate tooth brushing may prevent these stains which are not harmful or permanent and may be removed by your dentist.
This product is specially formulated to help prevent staining.
Store below 25 degrees C (77 degrees F).
Always follow the label.
Top Customer Reviews
Toothpastes that just contain fluoride simply remove plaque through mechanical brushing, then deposit fluoride on the tooth's surface. After brushing, the saliva will then mix with the fluoride and create a stronger barrier against acid's compared to the barrier which would have formed from saliva alone which is more vulnerable to acids from the foods we eat and the byproducts of bacteria.
The whole point of this toothpaste is to combine the fluoride and important reparative ingredients found in saliva into one, that way this reparative process can start to take place immediately, and even people with dry mouth syndrome or other tooth disorders can benefit. On top of this it also is one of the best defences against teeth sensitivity as it seals exposed dentin. Novamin can also help whiten teeth over time.
For the past few years this toothpaste has been available in Europe, however with the US release, they have completely omitted this new novamin technology! This toothpaste is like all the others. It is just a fluoride toothpaste, which is still good, but definitely not worth the high price. The Canadian version of this toothpaste like the EU version has the novamin tech, but sadly the US version does not.
Also, the type of fluoride that is included in this toothpaste (Stannous Fluoride) may cause stains to form. If you just want a stannous fluoride toothpaste it is available in crest pro health and is much cheaper.
The active ingredient which is key behind the "repair" aspect of things, Novamin (calcium sodium phosphosilicate) was swapped with stannous flouride in the US released Sensodyne R&P. Not that stannous flouride is a bad thing for toothpaste, but it doesn't actively promote remineralization of teeth like Novamin does. Why GSK chose to rush R&P onto the US market without fighting the FDA bull crap and doing it right, I can only attribute to money grubbing.
It is also strange that all of the smaller toothpaste brands on the US market which contained Novamin are disappearing. Dr. Collins, Burt's Bees, and Sultan HC have all been unexplainably discontinued or "reformulated". Such a mystery conjures up theatrical images of corporate espionage, but the more likely explanation is that GSK is refusing to supply Novamin to those companies ever since they bought the rights to Novamin. Monopoly, anyone?
Not so--even though the search for products with novamin turns up this toothpaste.
Edit: I was watching t.v. and seen a commercial for this product pop up, and from what I remember it just leaves a thin film on your teeth to protect them from foods and drinks so the enamel doesn't deteriorate anymore than it has. It's also supposed to protect the teeth from pain and sensitivity which it really hasn't for me but I have noticed that with this toothpaste I can feel that my teeth are kind of slippery, it's hard to describe but I can tell there is a layer of something on them after brushing with sensodyne. So...I think this may be a good toothpaste to prevent your teeth from becoming even more damaged and that's about it. Also, I don't think it cleans them well enough (maybe that's just my imagination) so I use regular whitening toothpaste and then I rinse and use this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hands down my favorite toothpaste. I have very sensitive teeth and this helps a lot.Published 1 day ago by Amaly
I received this product in good condition and am very happy with my purchase.Published 18 days ago by Lisa Sowell
I was not a Sensodyne believer at all. I used to roll my eyes at the commercials when they would show up on my television. Recently I've started to have extremely sensitive teeth. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alicia