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What's the best toothpaste for sensitive teeth? I tried all sorts. Sensodyne is ok but it's not a miracle... I kinda liked arm&hammer the one with bicarb soda in it. Tried natural one with coconut oil etc but the taste is horrible 😂😂which one do you use?

BlueOrchid
1 month ago
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Sanitation1234
Sanitation12341 month ago

Hi jurgita0712 my sister use this Oral-B Pro-Expert Sensitive + Gentle Whitening Toothpaste these are on offer in boots price £4 on offer 2 for £5 I think its worth a try 😊🙏🏻

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hspexy
hspexy1 month ago

Tbh I don’t think they work. Sensodyne made my teeth even more sensitive so I just went back to my normal Colgate toothpaste and didn’t bother trying anything else lavbelled for sensitive teeth. But since using the oral irrigator/water floss I don’t get those kind of problems anymore

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BlueOrchid
BlueOrchid
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1 month ago

hspexy that's interesting. I seen them on sale but thought is it really that good or just a fluke. How does it work?

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hspexy
hspexy1 month ago

jurgita0712 you’re literally jet spraying between your teeth, and I’ve found it more effective than flossing, mainly as I have issues reaching the back teeth. It gets rid of bits that often cause inflamed gums, which I don’t have issues with anymore. I recommend them

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sunny101
sunny1011 month ago

I've tried them all but the only one that has any results for me is Colgate Pro Relief. My dentist suggested it a couple of years ago and it's one I continue to use.

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BlueOrchid
BlueOrchid
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1 month ago

angemski thank you. I'll give it a try😁see if it helps.

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Lynibis
Lynibis1 month ago

I have used sensodyne for years. I find it works very well after an initial 'sting'. I don't know if many people know but you are not meant to rinse your mouth after brushing, just spit out excess and wipe mouth.

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Nadiaparveen
Nadiaparveen1 month ago

Sensodyne rapid relief is good as it works straight away. Colgate Pro active is really good too. Also Oral B gum purify. Toothpastes with potassium nitrate in them are ideal for those with sensitive teeth. Plz avoid anything that suggests to whiten your teeth .. even in sensitive formula's.. as they generally contain very abrasive ingredients, which weaken enamel which then causes even more sensitivity.

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana1 month ago

I like Macleans but it seems to be disappearing from shelves but I wouldn't say it was a sensitive toothpaste more of an aggressive cleaning toothpaste. I find sensitive toothpaste like sensodyne ineffective at cleaning.

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hayley237
hayley2371 month ago

Arm & hammer sensitive works and is usually £1.50.

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