SENSITIVE TEETH TREATMENT TIPS
If you have tooth sensitivity, you will probably be wondering what helps sensitive teeth. Here, we have some practical tips on sensitive teeth remedies:
1. SENSITIVITY MANAGEMENT
If you have any dental concerns, the first thing you should do is visit your dentist. Only a dental professional can confirm if you have tooth sensitivity and find out what is causing it.
2. SWAP TO A SPECIALIST SENSITIVE TOOTHPASTE
Sensodyne products are specially formulated to help relieve tooth sensitivity. Brushing twice daily with Sensodyne toothpaste helps deliver all these benefits:
- Sensitivity relief
- Lasting sensitivity protection
- Cavity protection
- Fresh taste
You can get clinically proven relief from tooth sensitivity by changing your regular toothpaste to a specially formulated toothpaste to care for sensitive teeth, such as Sensodyne Rapid Relief toothpaste.
3. CHOOSE THE RIGHT TOOTHPASTE
Over the years, our scientists have formulated different technologies into toothpastes specially designed to relieve tooth sensitivity. Sensodyne can help you find the right toothpaste for you.
If you are looking for fast relief, Sensodyne Rapid Relief is clinically proven to relieve sensitivity pain at just 60 seconds*, so you can get back to eating and drinking without worrying too much about those unpleasant twinges.
Sensodyne also has a range of toothpastes that offer different benefits: repair** sensitive teeth, deep clean, gently whiten, maintain healthy gums or all round protection. Explore the Sensodyne range to help you choose the best sensitive toothpaste to suit your needs.
4. TAKE CARE OF YOUR TEETH AND GUMS
A good daily oral hygiene can be key to preventing sensitivity pain. Brushing twice daily with Sensodyne toothpaste with fluoride, and using a soft bristle toothbrush, such as the Sensodyne Daily Care toothbrush can help keep a good oral hygiene.
*Apply a pea sized amount to a clean fingertip and rub gently into each sensitive tooth (max twice per day) for 1 minute
**Forms a protective layer over the sensitive areas of the teeth