It’s personal, but yes, I suffer from sensitive teeth. If you do too, you’ll want to know about this new toothbrush/treatment and some toothpastes from Colgate that recently hit the market that can help deal with this issue:
If you have sensitive teeth anything can cause pain, from hot and cold food to cold weather. It’s really unpleasant. These may not be glam beautifiers, but they can make a lot of difference in the way you feel.
This new Colgate® Sensitive Toothbrush + Built-In Sensitivity Relief Pen (Srp. $14.99) can help solve the problem: it’s more than a toothbrush, it’s a treatment, too. The toothbrush has bristles that are very soft so they won’t irritate sensitive teeth and gums, but more than that, there’s additional relief in the base of the brush handle — a little twist up pen with a rubber tip that dispenses Colgate’s unique Pro-Argin™ Technology, used by dental professionals to de-sensitize teeth and gums. But it’s now available to consumer too and it immediately helps to shield exposed nerves and create a seal against sensitivity pain. Just swipe some of the gel on your teeth and gums get some relief!
Rather than go into a lot of “tech speak” I’m just including a little video on sensitivity. Even if this isn’t your issue, the next time someone you care about says “Owww!” when they experience pain, you’ll understand why!
You can also help deal with sensitive teeth by using one of these toothpastes from Colgate (srp. around $4.49).
Another new toothpaste product that launched in February 2015 is Colgate® Enamel Health™ Multi-Protection Toothpaste ($srp. $3.30 4 oz,) in Cool Mint Flavor. The mint is refreshing and pleasant to use but it’s not just a plain toothpaste. This one is also good for sensitive teeth while it helps replenish natural calcium for stronger, healthy enamel and also helps to protect against further erosion of tooth enamel (that causes tooth sensitivity in the first place). It also helps to freshen breath and fight cavities. That’s a lot of bennies from an inexpensive tube of toothpaste!
In this era of constant selfies, why not do all that you can to make your smile, spectacular? As beautifiers go, these cost so little and can make a big difference in how you look and in your confidence level.
And for those who simply want whiter teeth, faster and more efficiently, a new product: Colgate Optic White line, Colgate® Optic White® PLATINUM™ Express White Toothpaste says it will give users whiter teeth in just three days* just by brushing. The toothpaste contains 2x more of the whitening ingredient, Hydrogen Peroxide**. I used it and I can tell you that brushing once removed a lot of immediate stains from too much coffee, red wine, etc. But what’s great about this is that you can continue to safely use it every day to protectyour enamel and prevent cavities (it has anti-cavity fluoride protection, too). Plain Hydrogen Peroxide is NOT tasty, but you won’t notice it masked in the minty Colgate® Optic White® PLATINUM™ Express White Toothpaste SRP: 0.75 oz tube for $1.001.45 oz tube for $2.00-$2.493.0 oz tube for $3.99-$4.994.5 oz tube for $5.79-$6.99. * I didn’t test it but there’s also a Colgate 360 Optic White Platinum Manual Toothbrush (Srp. $3.99) that helps remove stains with unique polishing spiral bristles.
All Colgate products are available in Availability: Mass, Food and drug stores nationwide right now. For more information you can also visit the Colgate Web Site