Sensodyne Sensitive Fresh Mint Toothpaste Tube Of 150 G
Sensodyne Sensitive Fresh Mint Toothpaste is highly recommended by dentists. It is the world's No.1 toothpaste for sensitivity. Sensitivity to something hot, cold, sweet or other triggers is caused when the tooth enamel starts to wear off. It is painful and Sensodyne helps to give some relief. Not only that, but it also takes care of your overall oral health. It contains fluoride to prevent cavities and fresh mint gives a cool refreshing taste.
- Sensodyne sensitive fresh mint toothpaste is meant for everyday use.
- It prevents tooth decay and strengthens the gums and the teeth.
- It is clinically proven to provide 24/7 protection from sensitivity.
- Sensodyne keeps your breath fresh throughout the day.
- This toothpaste soothes the exposed nerves.
- Potassium Nitrate
- Sodium Fluoride
- Sodium Lauryl Sulphate
How to Use
- You must brush your teeth twice a day.
- Squeeze the tube until you get 1 inch of the product on your toothbrush.
- Now brush your teeth for 1 minute thoroughly.
- The sensitive sections of your teeth should be brushed properly but not aggressively.
- Do not swallow. Spit out the toothpaste after you are done brushing.
- Sensodyne is recommended for people above the age of 12.
- Not to be used by children under 12 years, unless directed by a dentist or health care professional.
- It is recommended to consult a doctor if your teeth sensitivity persists even after a month of constant use.
- Keep away from the reach of children.
- For oral use only.
- If irritation occurs, discontinue use.
Q1. Why should I use Sensodyne Fresh Gel toothpaste?
Ans: Sensodyne Fresh Gel toothpaste aids in relief from sensitivity by creating a protective shield for the enamel. It is helpful for cavity protection and has a fresh taste.
Q2. Is Sensodyne Fresh Mint SLS free?
Ans: Yes. Most Sensodyne tubes of toothpaste are free of sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), an inactive ingredient that makes toothpaste foamy when brushing. It can also irritate sensitive teeth and gums.
Q3. If I overbrush, will it cause sensitive teeth?
Ans: Brushing your teeth too frequently and too hard can cause the enamel of your teeth to wear off and lead to gum recession. With time, it can also expose the dentin and cause sensitivity.