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Yes: Yes, clinical studies have shown that pronamel does promote remineralization of enamel. While using pronamel, you should abstain from drinking/eating highly acidic foods and liquids, such as sodas, lemons, grapefruits, orange juice, vinegars. These acidic foods can soften enamel that you are trying to remineralize. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which toothpaste brand would you recommend for super sensitivity and acid protection? Pronamel doesn't work for me though my dentist recommended it.
Topical desens.: In addition to sensodyne toothpaste there are topical desensitizers than can be applied to sensitive root surfaces in a dental office. These can sometimes be very helpful as can patience with the sensodyne. Sometimes it takes weeks to see results. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My top back tooth feels "itchy" so to speak. It tingles, sometimes even feel like a cold deep pain? I use pronamel for 3 years now but doesn't help!
See your dentist: You may have a cavity or abrasion or exposed root surface, which can cause sensitivity. You have used proenamel long enough (3years) for it o be effective if that were the remedy, but it is not. You may require a filling (bonding) if you have a cavity or abrasion or a professional desensitizing treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Brushing my teeth with pronamel lightly 3 times a day after meals and flossing bc they are sensitive. Am I doing more harm than good? Acid reflux tip?
Has sensodyne pronamel ever been known to cause heart palpaltations and a hard heart beat? The potassium nitrate in it?
Potassium nitrate: Hopefully you're not swallowing large quantities of this toothpaste or mouthwash? Most likely you would get a very upset stomach first, before effects on your heartbeat. But you don't want to swallow anything with inorganic Fluoride in it either. http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/sis/search/a?dbs+hsdb:@term+@docno+1227. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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My four front teeth (2 on top, 2 on bottom) are transparent on the edge. Would a pronamel toothpaste be enough to get ridof that? What is the recommended treatment?
No: Incisal transparency\translucency is normal and varies from individual to individual and from tooth to tooth. Wearing down of these edges or tooth erosion may sometimes increase the transparency. I recommend that you discuss this issue with your own dentist to see what, if anything, can be done to satisfy your wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers