Whitening Home Remedies: How They May Affect Sensitive Teeth

If you want a whiter smile, you may consider teeth whitening at home by using whitening strips, trays, bleaching kits, or even homemade rinses. But, it’s important to know the facts about many at-home teeth whitening treatments, how to use them, and to check with your dentist beforehand—especially if your teeth are sensitive.

 

So What Can You Do?

Choose a sensitivity toothpaste that’s designed to whiten teeth, like Sensodyne® True White®. Its low-abrasive formula gently lifts stains from your teeth and creates a protective barrier that prevents new stains from forming, while also helping to relieve sensitivity pain.*

 

*With twice daily brushing

So What Can You Do?

Choose a sensitivity toothpaste that’s designed to whiten teeth, like Sensodyne® True White®. Its low-abrasive formula gently lifts stains from your teeth and creates a protective barrier that prevents new stains from forming, while also helping to relieve sensitivity pain.*

 

*With twice daily brushing

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Take the Sensodyne® Online Check Up

Do hot, cold, and sugary foods sometimes cause sudden, sharp pains? You may have tooth sensitivity. Take the Sensodyne® Online Check Up to find out about sensitive teeth and the products that can help you. 

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