The Sensodyne range

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The Sensodyne range

The Sensodyne range

If your teeth are sensitive when biting into an ice-lolly or drinking a hot coffee, a simple change of toothpaste could help.

Teeth become sensitive when the vulnerable inner layer called dentine is exposed. Sensodyne has a range of products designed specifically for sensitive teeth. Read on to find out which Sensodyne toothpaste is right for you.



Complete Protection for sensitive teeth

  • Sensodyne Complete Protection has been specially designed for people with sensitive teeth. With twice daily brushing, it creates a protective mineral layer over sensitive areas to shield you from the pain of sensitive teeth. It also strengthens & re-hardens enamel and helps control plaque. Complete Protection also helps maintain healthy gums, freshens breath and helps maintain natural whiteness and gives a clean feeling.



Repair* of Sensitive Teeth

  • Sensodyne Repair & Protect is clinically proven to relieve the discomfort of sensitive teeth and contains a technology called NovaMin, which helps to build a layer of protection against the discomfort of sensitive teeth. Sensodyne Repair & Protect also contains fluoride to help protect against tooth decay and has a fresh mint flavour.



*Repair provides clinically proven relief with twice daily brushing.

How does it work?

Teeth become sensitive when the vulnerable inner layer called dentine is exposed. Dentine has tiny holes at the surface called tubules, which lead to the nerve of the tooth.

The NovaMin in Sensodyne Repair & Protect blocks the dentine tubules and builds a layer over the top of the exposed areas of teeth to help provide protection against the discomfort of sensitive teeth.



Fast relief for sensitive teeth

  • Sensodyne Rapid Relief is clinically proven to relieve sensitive teeth. It works in 60 seconds when applied directly with the fingertip for one minute.* When used twice daily, Sensodyne Rapid Relief provides long lasting protection from sensitivity.



*Individual results may vary

How does it work?

Sensodyne Rapid Relief is formulated to create a physical seal against sensitivity triggers. It contains Strontium Acetate which blocks the tubules of the delicate dentine.



Everyday care for sensitive teeth

Sensodyne toothpastes have been specially developed for sensitive teeth and offer the benefits of an everyday toothpaste including fluoride for strong teeth and a fresh minty taste.

Sensodyne offers a range of products for everyday care of sensitive teeth:

  • Sensodyne Gentle Whitening toothpaste has a specially designed low-abrasion formula to gently yet effectively remove stains from teeth to help restore their natural whiteness. Use twice daily for healthy gums and strong, naturally white teeth.


  • Sensodyne Extra Fresh Toothpaste has been specially formulated for people with sensitive teeth. It provides the benefits of a regular toothpaste and the gel stripe gives an extra burst of freshness. With regular brushing, Sensodyne Extra Fresh helps strengthen teeth, protect against tooth decay and promote gum health.


  • Sensodyne Multi Action with iso-active technology has a unique formula that transforms into a micro-fine foam during brushing, helping to penetrate hard-to-reach-areas and thoroughly cleaning the whole mouth. Sensodyne Multi Action with iso-active technology is specially formulated for people with sensitive teeth, and contains fluoride. With regular brushing it can help to protect against decay and has a fresh mint taste to freshen breath.




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