Sen­si­tive Teeth?

The People's Friend - - Health -

If your teeth have be­come in­creas­ingly sen­si­tive, den­tists rec­om­mend spe­cially for­mu­lated sen­si­tive tooth­paste which con­tains par­ti­cles to plug the mi­cro­scopic holes in the teeth which can al­low hot and cold food and drink to touch the nerve, caus­ing pain.

How­ever, ac­cord­ing to den­tist Dr Uchenna Okoye, it is im­por­tant to switch sen­si­tive tooth­paste brands reg­u­larly so your body doesn’t get used to the for­mu­la­tions.

Try the pow­er­ful new prod­uct from Oral-b which com­bines de­sen­si­tis­ing com­pounds with in­gre­di­ents to re­ju­ve­nate gums and help re­pair enamel (which can help re­duce sen­si­tiv­ity longer term).

Oral-b Gum & Enamel Re­pair is £4.99 from su­per­mar­kets and chemists.

Take the pain out of your den­tal rou­tine.

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