How do you know you suffer from sensitivity?

Stabbing pain in your teeth when you eat or drink anything cold, hot or even sweet? You might be suffering from sensitive teeth. The condition can prevent you from enjoying all kinds of foods and drinks, and can even make it painful to brush.

How do you develop sensitivity?

Gums recede and loss of the protective outer layer of the tooth leaves the dentine exposed
Hot and cold sensations pass through the open dentine channels...
...reaching the nerves of the tooth causing discomfort and sensitivity

Why use Pepsodent Expert Pro-Sensitive?

We at Peposodent worked with Dentists to create Pepsodent Expert Protection Pro-sensitive. It contains HAP mineral – the same material your teeth are made of - to not only give you relief from the pain, but also to repair your tooth so the problem does not get worse.

This advanced technology is also to strengthen and protect gums, thus reducing the risk for future sensitivity.

Pepsodent Expert Protection Pro-Sensitive gives you back the chance to experience the pleasures of eating and drinking your favorite things.

How does Pepsodent Expert Pro-Sensitive work?

Pepsodent Pro-Sensitive is the only toothpaste in India with a combination of Hydroxyapatite, Zinc Citrate and Potassium Citrate, clinically proven to provide rapid relief and give prolonged protection from dentine hypersensitivity.

It contains the following actives:

Potassium Citrate
Soothes the sensitivity receptors.

The building block of tooth enamel crystals - it is deposited into the open dentinal tubules and helps to prevent painful stimulus reaching the pain receptors. HAP enters the open dentine channels and reduces its permeability thus giving relief from sensitivity.

Zinc Citrate
Inhibits plaque bacterial metabolism and is clinically proven to help keep gums healthy. This protects gums from future recession, thus reducing the risk of future tooth sensitivity.

Flouride 1000ppm
For clinically proven protection against caries.

Did you know?

  • Although tooth sensitivity increases as you get older, it can affect people of all ages
  • It more frequently affects women
  • It is a common side-effect of tooth bleaching procedures
  • People suffering from gum problems almost always have sensitive teeth
  • Up to one in three adults suffer from dental hypersensitivity
  • Though it affects people of all ages, those between the ages of 20 and 50 report dental hypersensitivity very frequently, especially between the ages of 20 to 30
  • It is reported more frequently in women than men
  • Frequency of dental hypersensitivity is very high in patients suffering from gum problems