Sensitive teeth, also known as dentin hypersensitivity, is thought to affect at least 1 in 8 people, and as it’s much more common in people aged 18-44 than older populations, it seems to be a problem that is on the rise. The main cause of this sensitivity is the stripping away of enamel caused by acid erosion and other types of erosion. Although staying away from acidic foods and regularly brushing your teeth can limit the rate at which teeth erode, many other lifestyle factors which are virtually impossible to avoid altogether contribute to damage to the enamel, and in turn, to tooth sensitivity. To truly combat sensitive teeth, a different approach is required.
The most effective way to combat tooth pain and enamel erosion long term is to establish a regular dental care routine with enamel boosting toothpastes and dental products. An enamel boosting toothpaste can be used twice a day or more as required, and a more intensive treatment can be used less frequently to provide additional care and protection.
Regenerate Enamel Science is a perfect solution for sensitive teeth for this reason.
Regenerate Enamel Science Daily Advanced Toothpaste is a huge favourite here at Mankind. Formulated with NR-5 Technology, the product of years of research into the causes of a solutions to enamel erosion, the Daily Advanced Toothpaste not only prevents further erosion from taking place, but binds to the teeth, reversing the damage which has already taken place to the enamel. Through this, it causes the dentin at the core of your teeth to be less exposed, leading you to experience less sensitivity and pain.
The Enamel Science Boosting Serum Kit from Regenerate is a supplementary treatment to the daily toothpaste, which, when used for 3 consecutive days each month, speeds up the process of enamel renewal. The process involves combining a boosting serum and activator gel, and is delivered through a moulded mouth tray to ensure maximum absorption. Used in combination, the two products are extraordinarily effective at combating dentin hypersensitivity.
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