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Sensitive teeth

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banned6y, 4w agoPosted 6 years, 4 weeks ago
Whats the best toothpaste or help with this? Obviously not to eat things which kick it off but...... what helps the best for you?
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banned6y, 4w agoPosted 6 years, 4 weeks ago
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sensodyne
banned#2
is that the best iyo? Have you tried that new colgate one? Toying between the two
#3
I am lost. If you have sensitive teeth suddenly does it mean you have a cavity?
#4
I have tried them all and it really helps very little, what did help a bit was to use the toothpaste and not rinse it away
I alternate between the colgate and sensodyne..

Edited By: mosskeeto on Nov 11, 2010 22:47
#5
Sensodyne - use at least twice a day and spit out but DON'T rinse - that way it continues to act.
Also apply the toothpaste neat on to your teeth/gum margins when they are particulary sensitive and last thing at night.
#6
cannyscot
Sensodyne - use at least twice a day and spit out but DON'T rinse - that way it continues to act.
Also apply the toothpaste neat on to your teeth/gum margins when they are particulary sensitive and last thing at night.


Deffo works!
#7
Erm Dentist....that deffo works!!
#8
I prefer colgate pro relief
banned#9
ok then, i se toothpaste and listerine atm, so dont rinse away and apply neat toothpaste on it yeh?

for those wondering... i have a wisdom tooth coming thru at an angle on my far back left teeth and it feels like there is a 'hole' but its the gap between the two, dentist said unless its infected, which it isnt, they wont remove, just to clear up lol
banned#10
michelleleemoo
I prefer colgate pro relief


this is the best one to use.

fyi - when night time brushing don't rinse/use mouthwash.

make sure you're flossing too and if you have a big gap (how the OP has described) use an inter-dental brush
banned#11
I use Arm and Hammer Enamel Care, bit pricey but works better than the sensitive ones that make your mouth numb.
#12
Try using baby tooth brushes its softer and you may be able to spread the toothpaste evenly over your teeth and gums.
banned#13
cheers for the advice guys, will be picking one tomorrow will let you know how i get on :)

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