Managing Sensitivity

 

 

Whitening
Sensitive
Teeth

HOW TO WHITEN SENSITIVE TEETH

If you want to whiten sensitive teeth, it’s best to discuss your options with your dentist. One thing you could try is a specially formulated whitening toothpaste, designed for sensitive teeth, such as Sensodyne Whitening.

TEETH WHITENING TOOTHPASTE

Whitening toothpastes typically help to remove stains from the surface of the tooth and restore the natural whiteness of teeth, while keeping them clean.

Sensodyne has a range of whitening toothpastes that are specially designed for whitening sensitive teeth. When used to brush twice daily, Sensodyne Whitening helps to remove stains for whiter teeth, while offering long lasting sensitivity protection, making it an ideal choice for sensitive teeth whitening.*

*Active Agent- Sodium Tripolyphosphate

Rs 440/-

TIPS FOR WHITENING SENSITIVE TEETH

Here are a few more tips to help you keep sensitive teeth healthy, clean and naturally white:

  • Brush twice daily, ideally for two minutes, with a whitening toothpaste like Sensodyne Whitening, which is specially designed for sensitive teeth.
  • Limit tea, coffee and red wine as they can cause staining.
  • Clean between your teeth with floss or interdental brushes daily.
  • Don’t smoke tobacco.
  • Visit your dentist and hygienist for regular check ups.

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*Shellis R P, Addy M, Rees G D. In vitro studies on the effect of sodium tripolyphosphate on the interactions of stain and salivary protein with hydroxyapatite J Dent. 2005; 33: 313–324.
*Schemehorn B R, Moore M H, Putt M S. Abrasion, polishing and stain removal characteristics of various commercial dentifrices in vivo. J Clin Dent. 2011; 22: 11-18.