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Colgate for sensitive teeth is a much better value and uses the exact same desensitizing ingredient (potassium nitrate). This is a 3-pack of SIX ounce tubes $8.66 with 5 S&S -
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LTHYWB0

Only reason to buy Sensodyne is if you get the version with Novamin but that is way more expensive and you kind of roll the dice with getting a real version or a knock off because it's not cleared by the FDA so you gotta find places that provide authentic imports.
No deal if it is sensodyne made for the USA due to the removal of what made Sensodyne uniquely better in the first place Novamin
No problem! I'd like to give more pointers that will help a lot. I've recently taken quite a bit to improving my oral care (after spending my 20's completely ignoring it, never flossing, eating a ton of sugary foods and beverages, and only brushing once a day in the morning). I paid the price and it finally started catching up to me, so I quickly took notice and have been working hard to reverse it. Bear with me, and if you do, I'm confident this info will help you a lot in your quest for improving your oral and specifically Gum health! Here we go.

- Scrape your tongue, using a dedicated tongue scraper. This alone removes around 80% of bad breath germs lurking in your mouth.

- Floss before you brush. If you're short on time, a WaterPik works great too, and only takes 1 minute to use! You'll loosen up and flush out a whole bunch of plaque from along your gumline and between your teeth, before even beginning to brush! You're already headed in a right direction. You want to do this at least once a day; if you do it one time, do it at night before you go to bed.

- Brush for at least 2 minutes, both in front of and behind each individual tooth. Then do the chewing surfaces. Keep in mind that while brushing, a big key to focus on is aiming specifically for the GUMLINE; your main goal in brushing is to mechanically dislodge as much plaque off of the gumline area as possible. (I recommend an electric toothbrush such as Oral-B, Philips Sonicare, or AquaSonic, as these do it far better than a manual brush can, and almost totally ensures that your technique is not substandard, since it does all the work for you. All you have to do is move the brush from tooth to tooth).

- Here's the step that almost nobody thinks of but will do you wonders: After you brush, do NOT spit out the toothpaste yet! Swish the now foamed-up chock-full-of-Fluoride toothpaste around your entire mouth for 30-60 seconds, mentally aiming to hit each individual tooth and each space between teeth, as well as your inner surfaces of your cheek and, if you can, the roof of your mouth (i.e. your palate). This helps the paste reach every single possible nook and cranny surface of your mouth (and again, if you're using Stannous fluoride, its anti-bacterial properties get to be distributed everywhere).

- Then spit out the toothpaste, as much of it as you can.

- Ok great, now you spat out the paste. Now you want to rinse out your mouth with water a few times to get that awesome fresh feel, right? NO! Do NOT rinse with water after brushing with toothpaste! I know, I know, this might go against what 95% people instinctually do (or want to do) after spitting out paste, where you want to end with a fresh feeling mouth all washed out with water. Wrong! Why? Because you want to ensure that all of that fluoride that you worked so hard to spend the past several minutes applying to your teeth, gets to actually be absorbed by the teeth/enamel to re-mineralize and form a protective coating for the next 10-12 hours. If you rinse out your mouth with water immediately after brushing, you basically throw all that hard work, and fluoride, away down the drain.
(To make this more intuitive to understand, think of it like applying lotion or sunscreen on an area of skin. Would you wash that area with water right away after applying? No! That would be ridiculous. The whole point is you want that lotion or sunscreen to be given time to absorb into the skin, so that it can actually do its work; wiping it away with water right away would totally negate that function. The same goes with fluoridated toothpaste! You want to leave it on your just-brushed teeth untouched for at least 30 minutes, for it to absorb and re-mineralize and form its protective layer around your enamel. Then after 30 minutes, feel free to eat or drink. When done in the morning, this action will help shield your teeth from the harmful effects of acidic foods/drinks and prevent enamel erosion all throughout the day; and when done before bedtime, this will function to keep your mouth nice and fresh throughout the night by preventing bacteria from adhering to your oral surfaces in the first place due to that nicely formed layer. Win-win.)

- To repeat: do not eat or drink for 30 minutes after brushing.

- Along those same lines: do not brush your teeth until at least 30 minutes after eating/drinking, especially anything acidic. After you eat and drink, your enamel (the outer hard covering of your teeth) is in a weakened state and is especially susceptible to mechanical erosion that brushing could cause! You want to give your teeth surfaces time to regain its normalcy after a meal; drinking water and swishing it around your mouth will help a lot with this. So if your last meal/snack is at, say, 10pm, do not brush until at least 10:30pm. In that meantime, drink water and swish water around your mouth (this piece of advice actually applies to after any time you eat/drink!). Can't stress enough the importance of water and a good hydrated oral environment.


Two options of Mouthwash that you can employ a couple times throughout the day to supplement your regimen, if needed, to specifically enhance your Gum care, are TheraBreath Healthy Gums oral rinse [amazon.com], or CloSYS (either Gentle Mint [amazon.com] or totally Unflavored [amazon.com]). You can get them on Amazon, as well as many drugstores; CloSYS is slightly harder to find in-store, but I do know CVS carries them. Both of them are excellent at fighting gingivitis and protecting against plaque/tartar formation in the first place; they will help a lot in reducing gum disease and bleeding gums. And as a huge bonus they're REALLY GOOD at actually fighting bad breath sources, much better than other mouthwashes do (which often just mask them). What also separates these two mouthwashes from all the other big-name ones you see in the store (Listerine, Crest, Colgate, Scope, ACT, Tom's of Maine, etc.) is that they are pH balanced and buffer against an acidic oral environment, which surprisingly all those other ones do NOT do (in fact, all of those actually have an acidic pH... that's not good, and is totally counter-productive; an acidic environment promotes bacterial activity and growth, and therefore can lead directly to cavity formation/enamel decay). That's why you go with TheraBreath or CloSYS; they are a little bit more expensive, but totally worth that peace of mind for your precious teeth and gums. Plus, they're also free of harsh chemicals that can irritate the mouth, and they keep their ingredient list to a minimum, which is always good. (By the way, Alcohol in mouthwash is terrible for the mouth. It dries out oral surfaces like crazy. For an hour or so it might feel good and people think that the burn means that it must be "working", but bacteria THRIVE on a dry mouth, and they'll replicate like crazy after the initial feel-good rinse and they love feasting on dry surfaces. So in the end it makes the problem even worse! The more water and saliva you have in your mouth, the better; Alcohol completely does the opposite of that with its drying effect.)


What I've just written above, is info that I WISH people had told me years earlier! All of that summarized information took me a lot of time to compile over doing a lot of reading on the subject, and I wanted to pass the info over so everyone can benefit. We all could use healthier mouths, myself included. I know this seemed like a lot, but if you follow these and get used to it and make it routine, it will no doubt improve your oral health! Smilie
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12-09-2022 at 09:20 AM.
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35% coupon with S&S brings the price down to $5.85.
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How's this deal compared to the last deal posted? Don't wish to overstock if it is not the lowest for now. Thanks and reps.
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How's this deal compared to the last deal posted? Don't wish to overstock if it is not the lowest for now. Thanks and reps.
Last deal was for 6 * 4 OZ for $20. These are 8 OZ for $7. Pretty similar. But if you need for travel, 2 X 3.4 OZ for $7 is pretty good deal.
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12-09-2022 at 09:57 AM.
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No deal if it is sensodyne made for the USA due to the removal of what made Sensodyne uniquely better in the first place Novamin
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12-09-2022 at 10:28 AM.
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No deal if it is sensodyne made for the USA due to the removal of what made Sensodyne uniquely better in the first place Novamin
You're not wrong that it's better with novamin, but I don't think I've ever seen a deal for Sensodyne with noamin. Novamin makes it work better but you're paying a huge premium for it.

Correction though, Sensodyne was made without novamin long before they added novamen. Novamin wasn't originally in Sensodyne, it was added later at some point.
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12-09-2022 at 10:46 AM.
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FYI just noticed coupon only works for one option.
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12-09-2022 at 10:51 AM.
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Seeing $9.92 after coupon and with SS for the 2-pack.
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Last deal was for 6 * 4 OZ for $20. These are 8 OZ for $7. Pretty similar. But if you need for travel, 2 X 3.4 OZ for $7 is pretty good deal.
Thanks. Yes it is similar. Barely 8% higher than the last one. This is my order summary for 2 x 3-pack, total 6:

Items:

$35.02

Shipping & Handling:

$0.00

Subscribe & Save

-$1.75

Multibuy Discount

-$8.76

Your Coupon Savings

-$4.38

Total Before Tax:

$20.13

Estimated Tax Collected:

$1.34

Order Total

$21.47
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You're not wrong that it's better with novamin, but I don't think I've ever seen a deal for Sensodyne with noamin. Novamin makes it work better but you're paying a huge premium for it.

Correction though, Sensodyne was made without novamin long before they added novamen. Novamin wasn't originally in Sensodyne, it was added later at some point.
Slight addition: Sensodyne has multiple product lines. I believe it's only the "Repair & Protect" line that has Novamin outside the US.
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12-09-2022 at 11:53 AM.
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buy from COSTCO. You get 6.5OZ for $5 or so....
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Slight addition: Sensodyne has multiple product lines. I believe it's only the "Repair & Protect" line that has Novamin outside the US.
The Canadian "whitening, repair, and protect" also has novamin.

Its more expensive, but it also whitens.
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12-09-2022 at 12:04 PM.
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Great price. Costco's usual price is $1.23/oz, the 4x4oz pack here comes out to 82c/oz after coupon.
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buy from COSTCO. You get 6.5OZ for $5 or so....
Just bought it yesterday from the store, it was $26 for 4 tubes plus tax. Comes to $6.5 each + tax for 6.5 OZ
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