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An estimated 30% of the UK population suffer from sensitive teeth (Dentin Hypersensitivity), which is characterized by sharp pain that occurs when cold, hot or sweet foods and drinks are consumed.

It can also make too brushing painful which can lead to additional problems with oral hygiene.

Ironically sensitive dentin often results from over or incorrect tooth brushing which wears away the protective layer of enamel revealing the sensitive areas of the teeth.

Desensitizing Toothpastes can temporarily offer relief however Sensitrol Bud home treatment is proven to effectively and stop tooth sensitivity with one quick and simple

Available in an easy-to-use cotton bud applicator, Sensitrol Bud contains the powerful desensitizer potassium oxalate which works by blocking the openings of the dentinal nerves that initiate the pain response, and provides long lasting effective desensitization from a single application. Its non-toxic formulation will not discolor or harm the teeth but uses calcium found naturally in teeth to help block out sensitivity.

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