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Tooth sensitivity


Hey ladies.  I got some fillings done a month ago.  I've been struggling with wicked sensitivity in the area ever since.  I've gone back to the dentist and he's told me before they try replacing them I should give it some time to see if it will calm down.  My question is what products and methods have best helped you with sensitive teeth? I've tried a few already with no luck
Oct 26, 2018 @ 08:39 am

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I really like the Sensodyne Pronamel. I have tooth sensitivity and it really helps. I notice a big difference when I stop using it for a while. I've used Crest toothpaste for sensitive teeth too. but didn't find it worked as well (but it did help a bit).
Oct 28, 2018 @ 04:02 am

same problem

I got a few teeth filled and my sensitivity lasted for almost 6 months. I love the Colgate Hydris line of toothpaste and mouthwash. it was more about staying away from any cold drinks, and sugary foods for me though. also flossing more often and chewing less gum. also anything such as xylitol mouth washes and candies are very helpful.
Oct 28, 2018 @ 03:17 pm


Right now I'm using the Arm & Hammer sensitivity toothpaste but I've tried many brands and they've all had the same relief. I did use and like the Sensodyne mouthwash. Also for me I use cheap drugstore grind guards at night (Plackers, upside down) b/c I found that in my sleep I was clenching the area that would be sensitive during the day.
Oct 29, 2018 @ 08:16 am


Classic Sensodyne for me. Some of the fancier versions taste pretty intense and not pleasant. One thing to 100% avoid is anything with whitening (including Sensodyne's own whitening) which makes it waaaaay worse. It can definitely take a couple of months for filling sensitivity to settle down.
Oct 31, 2018 @ 01:28 am


Extra note: Colgate sensitive did not work for me.
Oct 31, 2018 @ 01:28 am

The only thing that helped...

I just dealt with this. Had a filling Dec 20. The dentist warned me it may have to be extracted. Last week, the pain began. 2 extra strength acetaminophen taken often didn't help. An oral anesthetic with benzocaine did nothing but numb my lips & gums. A prescription for an anti inflammatory, naproxen didn't really provide regular pain relief. The worst "Tylenol 3's" with codeine knocked me out, I was useless, and to top it all off, it didn't help, still had pain.
I finally got it extracted 2 days ago, and now my jaw is a bit sore & gums still tender, but no more toothache!!!!
Jan 23, 2019 @ 06:46 pm
Sandra Ribeiro

sensitive teeth

The best product for sensitive teeth is by far Sensodyne Proamel. You will notice a difference after a month.
Feb 04, 2019 @ 09:50 am


My dental hygienist recommended Sensodyne to me for the same issue!!
Mar 24, 2019 @ 07:00 pm

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