I suffer from sensitive teeth and it’s the most frustrating thing. I’d love to be able to sink my teeth into something cold or drink a steaming cup of tea without that sharp shooting pain that runs from my teeth and into my jaw! At first, I didn’t realise I had sensitive teeth, because of the fact that it doesn’t happen all the time. I can eat sugar free ice lollies or hot food without any problems and then other times, I clutch my jaw and “oooh and aaaah” in pain!
I realised I officially had sensitive teeth when I went to the dentist and I had to have anaesthetic before a teeth clean. Goodness!
I’ve seen the adverts for Sensodyne and decided to do something about my sensitivity and do some extra research… Click here.
Sensodyne is clinically proven to work, effective in pain relief (hooray) and, now I sound like an advert, the number 1 brand recommended by dentists. Seriously. My dentist literally told me I need to start using Sensodyne pronto!
So, with that being said I went onto the website and did the quiz called the Chill Test to see which Sensodyne toothpaste would be ideal for me. Have you done the test?
I decided if I was going to try this out, I’d get it all… the toothbrush, toothpaste and the mouthwash.
The toothbrush is firstly, a coral peach colour. I. am. such. a. girl!
Secondly it is soft. So if like me, you tend to push too hard when you brush (one of the causes of sensitivity – stop it immediately), this is perfect.
I love the nozzle – it allows a streamlined squeeze of toothpaste to come out and doesn’t get all stuck around the rim.
The mouthwash is so incredibly fresh without that horrid tingling that makes my eyes water.
I’ve been using it now for over a week and it’s amazing. No more clutching my jaw when I have my hot cups of tea, or having to even wait for my tea to become luke warm (yuck) before I can sip on it.
It’s a little cold for sugar free ice lollies, but I’m tempted to eat one just to see!
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