Please help! What is the best toothpaste for sensitive gums and teeth?

Different problems. Gum sensitivity and tooth sensitivity are different problems requiring different solutions. Causes, and therefore treatments, can be numerous and varied. Please don't try to self-medicatee. See your Dentist for professional care, for differential diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
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Sensodyne. One reason that people have sensitive teeth is from brushing too hard.! practice massaging your teeth with the toothbrush (very small vibrational motions) it will be more helpful and less damaging. (years after aggressive brushing, the teeth and gums gums get worn away).

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What is the best brand of toothpaste for sensitive gums and teeth?

Several. Toothpaste makes brushing fun, but it really isn't that important. I would select a major brand, and in the case of sensitive teeth, one with potassium nitrate in it. I use sensedyne or denquel. Read more...
Teeth or Gums depend. The toothpastes that are useful for helping with tooth sensitivity that i personally like are the colgate brand sensitivity toothpastes. Some do well with these and some like sensodyne brand products. Sensitive gums will generally improve with increased oral care and maintenance. You should have the current condition of your oral health evaluated in order to determine the causes of your problem. Read more...
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 more...
No one standout. I have found that desensitizing toothpastes take a long time to work, if at all, & have limited efficacy.That is not to say it may not be helpful for some patients under certain circumstances. I cannot say one brand is more effective than the others. Personally, I have found the most effective treatment to be chairside applied "gluma" brand desensitizer. Ask your own dentist what he\she suggests. Read more...
Depends who u ask. Over the counter anti-sensitivity toothpastes all contain 5% potassium nitrate. So they are all the same. How ever professionally prescribed toothpastes such as renew, mi pate and others work better using a different mechanism try otc first. Read more...