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Colgate Sensitive Maximum Strength Whitening Toothpaste - 6 ounce (3 Pack)

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All of them work the same way. All "sensitive" toothpastes uses the active ingredient Potassium Nitrate 5% to prevent sensitivity, and a form of fluoride (either Sodium or Stannous) to prevent cavities. And any toothpaste that says "whitening" on it, it just means it has micro silica beads in it (look at the inactive ingredient list). The beads just polish the surface of your enamel better, thus reflecting more light and gives an illusion that your teeth are whiter and brighter. This is not the same as professional whitening services at your dentist's office, where they use chemicals to actually whiten your teeth, whether wearing trays at-home or in-office. Hope this help clarifies some things.
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Decided to try this last sale as a cheaper alternative to Sensodyne. It didn't work at all.

If you know it works for you, this is a great deal. If you're looking for a cheaper option...you may not have great luck here.
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paid $5.75 October 2017 just for some history
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thanks. needed some
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I was able to use the coupon twice, nice. Thanks OP
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Thanks op
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Decided to try this last sale as a cheaper alternative to Sensodyne. It didn't work at all.

If you know it works for you, this is a great deal. If you're looking for a cheaper option...you may not have great luck here.
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Just in time. Ty
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paid $5.75 October 2017 just for some history
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My absolute favorite! I prefer the taste of this over Sensodyne. I recommend it to all of my patients.
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nice find. Thanks op!
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My absolute favorite! I prefer the taste of this over Sensodyne. I recommend it to all of my patients.
Is there a difference between these and Sensodyn other than taste or they're just about the same ? I mean for plaque, cavities, whitening etc
Thanks Doc!
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Is there a difference between these and Sensodyn other than taste or they're just about the same ? I mean for plaque, cavities, whitening etc
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All of them work the same way. All "sensitive" toothpastes uses the active ingredient Potassium Nitrate 5% to prevent sensitivity, and a form of fluoride (either Sodium or Stannous) to prevent cavities. And any toothpaste that says "whitening" on it, it just means it has micro silica beads in it (look at the inactive ingredient list). The beads just polish the surface of your enamel better, thus reflecting more light and gives an illusion that your teeth are whiter and brighter. This is not the same as professional whitening services at your dentist's office, where they use chemicals to actually whiten your teeth, whether wearing trays at-home or in-office. Hope this help clarifies some things.
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Decided to try this last sale as a cheaper alternative to Sensodyne. It didn't work at all.

If you know it works for you, this is a great deal. If you're looking for a cheaper option...you may not have great luck here.
For those who are wondering, what he is describing not at all common and scientifically unexpected. This is likely very individual dependent effect. Both paste have same content of active ingredient to make your gum less sensitive.
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All of them work the same way. All "sensitive" toothpastes uses the active ingredient Potassium Nitrate 5% to prevent sensitivity, and a form of fluoride (either Sodium or Stannous) to prevent cavities. And any toothpaste that says "whitening" on it, it just means it has micro silica beads in it (look at the inactive ingredient list). The beads just polish the surface of your enamel better, thus reflecting more light and gives an illusion that your teeth are whiter and brighter. This is not the same as professional whitening services at your dentist's office, where they use chemicals to actually whiten your teeth, whether wearing trays at-home or in-office. Hope this help clarifies some things.
Ooff thanks much for your informative reply ! 🙇
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All of them work the same way. All "sensitive" toothpastes uses the active ingredient Potassium Nitrate 5% to prevent sensitivity, and a form of fluoride (either Sodium or Stannous) to prevent cavities. And any toothpaste that says "whitening" on it, it just means it has micro silica beads in it (look at the inactive ingredient list). The beads just polish the surface of your enamel better, thus reflecting more light and gives an illusion that your teeth are whiter and brighter. This is not the same as professional whitening services at your dentist's office, where they use chemicals to actually whiten your teeth, whether wearing trays at-home or in-office. Hope this help clarifies some things.
Is it better to get the non-whitening version? I have some sensitivity on 1 tooth, and my dentist told me to use sensodyne but not the whitening version. I wasn't given the the reason why.
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