Improved Flavor with Flouride for Sensitive Teeth & Cavity Protection
Relieves Painful Sensitivity
Sensodyne Extra Whitening breaks up stains to get your teeth whiter and is also gentle on your teeth.
Like other Sensodyne toothpaste products, when used every day, Sensodyne Extra Whitening relieves sensitive teeth by building a protective barrier that blocks the pain caused by hot, cold, sweet, acidic and other contact triggers and it keeps it from coming back. It also leaves a fresh, clean feeling in your mouth.
Sensodyne Extra Whitening is the #1 selling toothpaste for sensitive teeth in the U.S.
Use Sensodyne® whenever your normally brush:
It contains Potassium Nitrate clinically proven to reduce painful sensitivity
It provides fast relief within two weeks
It has fluoride for cavity protection
Its great taste keeps mouth feeling fresh and clean.
#1 Dentist Recommended Brand For Sensitive Teeth - Dentists have been recommending Sensodyne for over 20 years. Brushing twice a day with Sensodyne builds a "shield of protection" against painful sensitivity. And, since Sensodyne has fluoride, it helps protect against cavities too.
This product contains no sugar
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Builds increasing protection against painful sensitivity of the teeth to cold, heat, acids, sweets, or contact, and aids in the prevention of dental cavities.
If pain/sensitivity still persists after 4 weeks of use, please visit your dentist. Stop use and ask a dentist if the problem persists or worsens. Sensitive teeth may indicate a serious problem that may need prompt care by a dentist. Keep out of reach of children. If more toothpaste than used for brushing is accidentally swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
When I use other whitening toothpastes, it leave my teeth and gums sensitive. This toothpaste doesn't, and it also performs like a regular toothpaste, to fight cavities, gigivitis, plaque, tarter; bad ...Read complete review
When I use other whitening toothpastes, it leave my teeth and gums sensitive. This toothpaste doesn't, and it also performs like a regular toothpaste, to fight cavities, gigivitis, plaque, tarter; bad breath...
It's a little pricey, doesn't whiten quite as well, and it's smooth texture is not quite as cleansing as other pastes or gels. But the way it instantly sooths irritated, painful gums or teeth far outweighs the drawbacks. I sometimes mix it with regular toothpaste, right on my toothbrush, to minimize the sensitivity.
Most Liked Negative Review
Not as expected.
I'm not as happy with it as I expected to be. It does a fine job cleaning teeth, but I can tell no difference whatsoever with the whitening. I much prefer Pronamel by Sensodyne...Read complete review
I'm not as happy with it as I expected to be. It does a fine job cleaning teeth, but I can tell no difference whatsoever with the whitening. I much prefer Pronamel by Sensodyne, but it wasn't offered when I was shopping.
Comments about Sensodyne Toothpaste for Sensitive Teeth with Fluoride, Maximum Strength, Extra Whitening, 4 oz:
While this toothpaste tastes minty fresh and helps prevent cavities, I still have terrible tooth sensitivity. I've used this toothpaste for several years and maybe my sensitivity would be worse without it. I still find it impossible to eat ice cream and chewy sweet candy. It does nothing to help whiten my teeth, but that's not the most important thing for me. I will still continue to use it as there is really nothing else I can do.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Adults and children 12 years of age and older: Apply at least a 1-inch strip of the product onto a soft bristle toothbrush. Brush teeth thoroughly for at least 1 minute, preferably after each meal or at least twice a day (morning and evening) or as recommended by a dentist or physician. Make sure to brush all sensitive areas of the teeth.
Children under 12 years of age. Consult a dentist or physician.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Sensodyne Toothpaste for Sensitive Teeth with Fluoride, Maximum Strength Extra Whitening
– As many as one person in eight in the US has sensitive teeth. The discomfort and pain of sensitive teeth can be triggered by many things, including hot or cold food and beverages, cold air, sweet food and beverages and food acidity. Switching to Sensodyne Toothpaste for Sensitive Teeth with Fluoride, Maximum Strength Extra Whitening can help provide teeth fast relief in just two weeks. It can also restore the enjoyment of eating and drinking, while also improving oral health. This top-selling formula, when used on a regular basis, helps to build a protective barrier that minimizes painful sensation in the mouth, while helping to protect against cavities and whitening the appearance of teeth. The improved flavor leaves a fresh, clean feeling in the mouth, too.
What Makes Teeth Sensitive?
When the hard outer enamel layer of teeth is worn away or weakened, the softer inner portion called dentin is exposed. Tiny tubules, connected with the nerve bundles, allow the sensation of temperature extremes, tastes and even cold air to travel to the nerve center of the teeth, causing sharp pain. Brushing too hard, teeth grinding, gum disease and age can cause enamel loss. Over 80% of people who have their teeth commercially whitened also experience sensitivity due to the treatment process. Using this type of Sensodyne whenever brushing provides teeth with potassium nitrate (clinically proven to reduce sensitivity), while also protecting teeth against cavities. Recommended by 9 out of 10 dentists, Sensodyne provides fast relief and improvement in the appearance of teeth. Be sure to talk to your dentist about your sensitivity.
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