Sensodyne ProNamel Toothpaste £2 @ Asda
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Sensodyne ProNamel Toothpaste £2 @ Asda

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Found 1st May 2017
RRP £4.50
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What size?
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snoopy18

What size?


75ml
Heat op
Picked up one yesterday. Heat!
Great price heat X)
Gonna load up on this. Never seen it below £3. Heat!
reformedEffortMaker

Picked up one yesterday. Heat!


One!
Waste of money! Chew a sugar free gum after your meal. Floss. Brush your teeth with bicarbonate of soda. Leave the bicarbonate in your mouth for 10-20 seconds before rinsing. Bicarbonate washes better and is less abrasive than commercial toothpaste. And it is alkaline!
Edited by: "gorgo2015" 2nd May 2017
gorgo2015

Waste of money! Chew a sugar free gum after your meal. Floss. Brush your … Waste of money! Chew a sugar free gum after your meal. Floss. Brush your teeth with bicarbonate of soda. Leave the bicarbonate in your mouth for 10-20 seconds before rinsing. Bicarbonate washes better and is less abrasive than commercial toothpaste. And it is alkaline!


It's not so much to keep your teeth clean. People who have a receding gum line constantly have their nerves exposed. This Sensodyne creates a film over the area which leaves it protected. Not my words- my dentists.
Also, I know it works having used it for a year.
But yeah, bicarbonate of soda I would use if it weren't for the exposed nerves.
The_Circle

It's not so much to keep your teeth clean. People who have a receding gum … It's not so much to keep your teeth clean. People who have a receding gum line constantly have their nerves exposed. This Sensodyne creates a film over the area which leaves it protected. Not my words- my dentists. Also, I know it works having used it for a year. But yeah, bicarbonate of soda I would use if it weren't for the exposed nerves.


I so really want to believe that a commercial toothpaste can actively regenerate the lost enamel, but I'd like to see if this claim is backed up by hard science, medical studies, etc.

The dentist might be a genius in fixing your teeth but they are predictably bad at prevention.

But if there is any evidence, please post it. I wish so much enamel erosion could be reversed.
Stopped using ProEnamel 6 months ago and never looked back since overpriced and overhyped, My teeth are so much stronger and whiter using Arm & Hammer Truly Radiant 75ml Toothpaste.

Trust me try this for a few months and see and feel the difference. My teeth feel so shiny and smooth just like I feel after visting the hygienist at the dentist.

Can be bought for £1.89 at superdrug when on special offer which is often there. You will thank me later.

superdrug.com/Arm…258
Edited by: "F9T" 3rd May 2017
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