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SENSODYNE

Life’s too short for sensitive teeth, and there’s no doubt that sensitive teeth can sometimes get in the way of life. That unexpected jolt of short, sharp pain when you’re trying to enjoy a bite of ice cream or a sip of hot coffee can be extremely frustrating. But the good news is that while having sensitive teeth can be a pain, it’s also easy to manage –and Sensodyne is here to help.

Sensodyne toothpaste is the #1 dentist recommended toothpaste brand for sensitive teeth.†† For nearly 60 years, Sensodyne has been creating products specially formulated for people with sensitive teeth. Today Sensodyne toothpastes are formulated not only to look after sensitive teeth, but also to provide the benefits of an everyday paste, including fluoride, cavity protection, fresh breath and whiter teeth by removing surface stains.**

There’s a range of products to help you maintain healthy teeth and gums. While Sensodyne Rapid Relief toothpastes provide fast relief from sensitivity in just 60 seconds, the Sensodyne Repair & Protect range helps to repair, strengthen and protect sensitive areas of your teeth and provide lasting sensitivity protection.* For clinically proven dualaction for both sensitive teeth and gum problems, there’s Sensodyne Sensitivity & Gum.

PRONAMEL

Since sensitive teeth are often caused by damage to our tooth enamel, strengthening the enamel is an important step in protecting your teeth against sensitivity pain. To help keep your enamel strong, try the Sensodyne Pronamel range designed to strengthen and reharden acid-weakened enamel for ongoing protection against everyday acid wear, to help keep sensitive teeth at bay.

Discover the complete range of Sensodyne products, including the Sensodyne Daily Care Toothbrush designed to be gentle on sensitive teeth, and Pronamel Daily Mouthwash to help keep your teeth strong and healthy.

*Forms a protective layer over the sensitive areas of the teeth. Brush twice a day for lasting sensitivity protection.

**With twice-daily brushing.

†Caused by dietary acids.

††57% of 300 surveyed dentists, 2019 (contact customer.relations@gsk.com for claim verification).