11.21.2016

Repairing My Tooth Sensitivity With Sensodyne® ($100 GIFT CARD!)


Raise your hand if you've had sensitive teeth over the years and you've just tried to live with the problem? Yep, that's me and I'm sure some of you, too.

Because really, who likes going to the dentist? Other than my routine appointments, I typically try to avoid going at all costs. Unfortunately though, I've suffered with sensitive teeth for years. I am no stranger to the uncomfortable sensitive sensation I get after a scoop of ice cream or sip from a cold drink.  If you suffer from tooth sensitivity too, you know it's not fun at all. 

As of this past year, I've been using Sensodyne® Repair & Protect toothpaste and it’s provided me with so much relief. Sensodyne® is the #1 dentist recommended brand for sensitive teeth, and it also provides all the benefits of a daily toothpaste so you really can't go wrong! When brushing with it twice a day every day, I've found that my sensitivity issues are much more manageable or gone all together.

One of the reasons why Sensodyne® works so well is because the active ingredient (stannous fluoride) forms a reparative layer over the sensitive areas of the teeth, with twice daily brushing. Using Sensodyne® Repair & Protect is such a simple change in your oral care routine that it's really silly to just try to live with the tooth sensitivity pain. Take care of yourself, and your teeth, and give it a try if you haven't already! You'll be happy the next time you have that ice cream craving!

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81 comments

  1. yes a little, i have to be careful on what i use

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  2. I have slight sensitivity to cold food, but not as bad as it used to be, thank goodness!

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  3. Ugh...yes, my teeth are so sensitive if I use anything other than toothpaste for sensitive teeth. No joke, I can tell a difference even if I go out of town without the sensitive kind!

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  4. I literally laughed out loud reading this. I am on my lunch at work eating a salad that is cold and killing my teeth but tastes so good. I would love to try this!

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  5. Yes! I have sensitive spots that multiple dentists have looked at and no one can tell me why! It's so sad!

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  6. I've just started having an issue and my dentist also recommended sensodyne!

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  7. Yes! I don't see how people can bite into ice cream!

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  8. YES! Just thinking about biting into an ice cream makes me hurt!!

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  9. I do! I've been trying to use 'natural' toothpaste, but I always end up back to Sensodyne because my teeth just can't cut it.

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  10. A few a few of my teeth in the front have sensitivity. I've never tried toothpaste for it.

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  11. I have one that's really bad, and one that's getting there. I really should try some type of paste for it! Thanks for the recommendation!

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  12. Sadly I do suffer from tooth sensitivity.

    willgriesmer@yahoo.com

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  13. https://twitter.com/willgriesmer/status/800855514309595137

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  14. Ughhh was just complaining to some coworkers that ive had sensitivity issues since getting a cavity filled!

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  15. Yes, my teeth are VERY sensitive. :(

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  16. My teeth have a lot of recession so they are very sensitive. I cannot eat very hot or very cold foods! yarbr012 at gmail dot com

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  17. tweet - https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/801047602179383297 yarbr012 at gmail dot com

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  18. I have had sensitive teeth for years and use Sensodyne. I want to try to remineralize my teeth next!

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  19. Yes, I am sensitive to cold temperature on my teeth.

    prettyinhotpink6 at gmail dot com

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  20. Tweet: https://twitter.com/PrettyHotPink6/status/801157564658487296

    prettyinhotpink6 at gmail dot com

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  21. I do suffer from cold sensitivity at times. Thankfully Sensodyne has helped!

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  22. Tweeted & crossing my fingers. https://twitter.com/NikiJohnson8/status/801513118501371912

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  23. I suffer from cold sensitivity and I use Sensodyne Extra Whitening Sensitivity to help.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  24. tweet-https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/801602240012238850

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  25. Yes, I have sensitive teeth.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  26. Thankfully I don't suffer from tooth sensitivity.
    rachel.griesmer@yahoo.com

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  27. https://twitter.com/RachelGriesmer/status/803316602569654272

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  28. Oh always. The discovery of Sensodyne - given me by a dentist many years ago - was a big relief.
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    margueritecore [at] gmail [dot] com

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  29. I posted a tweet too: https://twitter.com/AnnaZed/status/803696048925380608
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    margueritecore [at] gmail [dot] com

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  30. I suffer from tooth sentivity with extreme colds- like fresh out of there freezer ice cream.

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  33. Tweet link: https://twitter.com/shala_darkstone/status/807659935504838656
    maddiembrubaker (at) gmail {dot} com

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  34. I have tooth sensitivity that comes and goes.
    maddiembrubaker (at) gmail {dot} com

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  35. I have had tooth sensitivity my entire life. Never able to "bite" into ice cream like others, cold drinks are extremely painful, cold weather even affects my teeth. Am going to try this and pray it helps even a little :)

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  36. Yep! They've always been sensitive.

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  37. I do have very sensitive teeth. I always use Sensodyne.
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

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  38. Tweeted
    https://twitter.com/eswright18/status/811398526223663104
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

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  39. I don't usually, but sometimes I'm sensitive to cold things.

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  40. Tweet
    https://twitter.com/clc408/status/811568585051148288

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  41. My husband and I do have some sensitivity to cold foods. I usually forget to buy the sensitive toothpaste though. We try to keep up with regular dentist visits for healthy teeth.

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  42. https://mobile.twitter.com/Michael64263870/status/812756042870362112

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  43. I do have sensitive teeth so I avoid very cold food and drinks.

    s2s2 at cox dot net

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  44. https://twitter.com/susan1215/status/813548409269452800

    s2s2 at cox dot net

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  45. On occasion, I certainly do struggle with tooth sensitivity

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  46. https://twitter.com/royaldixie/status/814127798872866817

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  47. Some times I do - I use a toothpaste to help if it does. truckredford(at)gmail(dot) Com

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  48. https://twitter.com/eliza_elliott/status/814164240101765120 truckredford(at)Gmail(Dot)com

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  49. Only on random occasions- I can't tie it to anything in particular.

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  50. I do have teeth sensitivity! Sensodyne is a big help!
    seyma_bennett AT hotmail

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  51. https://twitter.com/SeymaShabbir/status/815050455009075200
    seyma_bennett AT hotmail.com

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  52. I have in the past, but thankfully I do not currently suffer with tooth sensitivity.

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  53. tweeted
    https://twitter.com/rubylorikeet/status/815071717903077376

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  54. I don't, but my mom had tooth sensitivity.

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  55. tweeted - https://twitter.com/LAMusing/status/815100483756920832

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  56. yes, I do have a bit of tooth sensitivity in a few teeth. I just watch the temperature of what I eat.

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  57. tweet-https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/815208703435608064

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  58. I have very sensitive teeth. Especially to cold beverages. I really like how Sensodyne works in keeping my teeth from feeling so sensitive!
    jewelwood55(at)gmail(dot)com

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  59. tweet-https://twitter.com/JewelWood/status/815211975344988160

    jewelwood55(at)gmail(dot)com

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  60. I don't have tooth sensitivity.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  61. tweet--https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/815213270227386368

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  62. I have a tooth that is cold sensitive.

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  63. https://mobile.twitter.com/arress83/status/815218641155276800

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  64. Yes, I have sensitive teeth

    elena150980@yahoo.com

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  65. https://twitter.com/ElenaIstomina/status/815256213831053312

    elena150980@yahoo.com

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  66. Ever since my braces were removed I started suffering from tooth sensitivity. I think that all the polishing afterwards may have damaged my teeth a bit.

    natcarbonell [at] live [dot] com

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  67. My tweet: https://twitter.com/um_lil_cutie/status/815257135290253312

    natcarbonell [at] live [dot] com

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  68. I suffer from very mild tooth sensitivity. Since I don't have to be super careful I feel like it always catches me off guard!

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  69. I tweeted! https://twitter.com/krisgan07/status/815270391547568128

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  70. I do not have the tooth sensitivity but my husband does and he says nothing works better than Sensodyne! my4boysand1@gmail.com

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  71. My teeth are extremely sensitive to hot and cold so I must try this tooth paste.
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  72. my tweet - https://twitter.com/myway070/status/815288984133734401
    heather hgtempaddy@Hotmail.com

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  73. I do not have tooth sensitivity now, but I have in the past.

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  74. https://twitter.com/KRISOTTO2276/status/815418423261990912

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