Clinically proven relief and daily protection for sensitive teeth
Dentist recommended brand
Daily repair toothpaste
Sensodyne Repair & Protect toothpaste forms a hard layer over the vulnerable areas of your sensitive teeth to help provide strong repair.
Sensodyne Repair & Protect, powered by Novamin®, is a unique, clinically proven calcium formulation. It helps to repair vulnerable areas with the natural building blocks of teeth. It relieves painful sensitivity to help you enjoy life without worrying about the pain of sensitive teeth.
Warnings or Restrictions
WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS
Keep out of reach of children. Not for use by children under 12 years of age unless on the advice of a dental professional or doctor. Sensitive teeth may indicate an underlying problem which needs prompt care by a dentist. If symptoms persist or worsen consult your dentist. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.
Glycerin, PEG-8, Hydrated Silica, Calcium Sodium Phosphosilicate (Novamin), Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate, Aroma, Titanium Dioxide, Carbomer, Sodium Fluoride, Sodium Saccharin, Limonene, Contains Sodium Fluoride 0.315% w/w (1450 ppm Fluoride)
Size (75) Unit (ML) Height (4.5) Width (16.7) Depth (3.7)
Product code: 465250
Always Follow the Label Directions: Brush twice a day and not more than three times, minimise swallowing and spit out.
Tips & Advice
Close cap after each use to protect contents from moisture.
The ends of this carton have been glued down. Do not use if the carton ends are open.
Why use Sensodyne Repair & Protect Extra Fresh?
It is possible to treat the pain of sensitive teeth and to repair these vulnerable areas. Sensodyne Repair & Protect Extra Fresh helps to repair and protect the sensitive areas of the teeth. Brush twice a day for lasting sensitivity protection. It contains fluoride to help strengthen the teeth and also has a fresh minty taste to leave your mouth feeling clean and fresh.
What is tooth sensitivity?
Sensitivity occurs when the dentine underneath the tooth enamel and gums becomes exposed. When exposed dentine comes into contact with hot or cold, sweet or sour, or even your toothbrush, it can trigger the nerve causing a short sharp pain.