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What Is The Best Toothpaste For Sensitive Teeth
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Soft toothbrush: Actually, a toothbrush cannot remineralize your teeth. Certain toothpastes can be effective. Always use a soft toothbrush so you do not remove anymore of the enamel which will increase your sensitivity. Fluoride rinses are also very helpful to rebuild your enamel and decrease sensitivity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
whitening sensitive: If you have sensitive teeth it is best to figure out why the teeth are sensitive. There could possibly be an underlying reason. However, some people are just more sensitive then others. What we recommend is to try a sensitivity toothpaste for two weeks before whitening. Then use a whitening product no stronger than 10% peroxide. If you have sensitivity during the time you are using it, stop. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Personal choice: Try a few over time, the one that you like and works is best! sensors yen, crest, colgate are all good brands. Ere are also prescription strength toothpastes that work well because they have higher Fluoride and a desensitizer (potassium nitrate). Ask your dentist about Fluoride varnishes after you cleanings as well. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Teeth whitening: You can use over the counter tooth paste or crest 3D whitening strips or pens. However, they are not so effective and/or stable. A professional teeth whitening followed by home whitening system with custom trays for the long term effect. You will be very happy with the results. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
What is the cheapest but the best for bad breath? What is the best tooth paste to brush with that gives the best results?
Best: You will find so many different opinions on what is best, so it's very subjective, but we can say that having good homecare, brushing 3 x per day, using ada approved toothpaste/whitening or not, keeping up with your routine professional visits with your hygienist/dentist, and realizing that acidic and sugary foods promote decay... That's important. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Crest: Crest white strips may be best, but ck with your dentist first to make sure they will not cause a problem for you. Teeth and gums have to be healthy or you can do damage. Follow package directions to the letter. Note that bleaching agents will not change color of restorations, just natural teeth. Dentist supervised bleaching more efficient than otc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not one is best...: Toothpastes that whiten have just a tiny amount of whitening chemicals in them to claim "whitening" some people get sensitive teeth and bothered gums by these toothpastes. We really don't need toothpaste but it does taste good when we brush. As for gums...There are a group of pastes that can help your gums a little too. Best treatment is brush well, floss and get regular checkups. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Whitening at dentist: Whitening at the dentist is the best option. The dentist can tailor your whitening trays or in office bleaching to block out areas that might be sensitive. They also have other products such as potassium nitrate that they can apply to your teeth to make them less sensitive. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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