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Oral-B Toothpaste: Enamel & Sensitivity $4.49, 3D White & Diamond $4.04, Colgate Sensitive Pro-Rel $4.49 Delivered S&S @ Amazon


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  • This is the most common price for the one I buy (gum care and sensitivity). In the past it has actually been as low as 4.49 base price meaning 4.04 with S&S.

  • Which Do you recommend for sensitive teeth??

  • what toothpaste do you guys think is the best or are they all the same?

    • I think I tried colgate but they had low fluoride (bad) and no abraisive particles like the Oral B Gum Care and Sensitivity. Also the dentists always tell me that any toothpaste for whitening is bad for sensitivity.

    • I brought this up with my dentist recently and they literally said as long it has fluoride, they're all the same..

      • Most dentists say this because brushing technique, toothbrush and brushing frequency often outweigh the toothpaste. For example, it is better to brush twice a day with a bad toothpaste vs brushing once a day with a good toothpaste.

        Yes, most toothpastes have fluoride and I always recommend one with fluoride - however there are 3 common types.
        - Sodium fluoride: goes into the teeth easily so great
        - Stannous fluoride: can address sensitivity, but has been associated with tooth staining
        - Sodiummonofluorophosphate: good for people who constantly drink/eat acidic things. Fluoride here is only released when your mouth becomes very low in the pH environment.

        Abrasive agents are meant to assist with cleaning, disturb the plaque growth but can be used to whiten teeth as well. All toothpaste should have some form of it in there (some type of silica or calcium). However, whitening toothpaste has higher abrasive content and therefore is more likely to ruin and scratch your enamel.

        With regards to sensitive teeth. Most toothpastes actually have desensitising agents in there. But there are two main types and work slightly differently. I would personally say that type 2 is much better, but often if type 2 works over type 1 - you have a underlying condition that isn't treated.
        1. potassium based products(potassium chloride, potassium nitrate etc) - influences the pain impulse transmission
        2. Occluding dentinal tubule products - these include NOVAMIN(Sensodyne) - also my favourite and highly recommend this, Arginine(Colgate sensitive) and Stannous fluoride (Oral B) as discussed above

        So in summary, NO, NOT ALL TOOTHPASTE ARE THE SAME

        *Disclaimer - I am also some keyboard warrior on the internet. So please consult your dentist.

  • Finally! My time to shine.

    Just to add bob_wangkars excellent reply. There is one more type of occluding dentinal tubule type of toothpaste currently on the market that seems to work better than sensodyne novamin.

    Nano-Hydroxyapatite toothpastes are gold standard dental care in Japan and are used to remineralise the enamel coating on teeth and block exposed dentin tubules that cause sensitivity. A long scientific study can be found here comparing the different types of and their effects. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4252862/

    If you are looking for a viable third option that appears to work for people with / without sensitivity in regenerating enamel on your teeth I recommend this toothpaste.


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