Teeth Sensitivity, just thinking about it pains me deep down my canines. I don’t know if it’s due to age, but I tend to blame it all on Pregnancy. Before my kid, I was able to eat and drink without paying attention to the temperature of the food. I had slurpee – which by definition are supposed to numb the brain, and on the same hour I could be enjoying a hot cup of coffee at some friend’s house. Teeth sensitivity was not part of my vocabulary. Not until I had a baby.
If you have sensitive teeth, I strongly recommend you to give Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief a try, you will barely notice you made a change, only your teeth. And if you do try it, I would also recommend pairing it with the Colgate 360 Pro-Relief toothbrush, it’s soft on your gums but its design is tough on the tricky areas.
For more information regarding this product, here’s some good piece of literature:
Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief (CSPR) toothpaste is formulated to shield and repair sensitive teeth for long-lasting protection (with regular use). Most other sensitivity toothpastes contain potassium nitrate, which primarily numbs the tooth nerve, masking the pain of tooth sensitivity, and will take 2 weeks of use before relief is delivered. Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief toothpaste works by plugging the channels that lead to the sensitive tooth nerves, to block the pain. With regular use, it builds a long-lasting protective barrier that acts like a seal against sensitivity.
Disclosure: I am part of the Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief Blogger Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.