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    Red face Sensodyne toothpastes.. can anybody use?

    family migrated overseas and i found 3 cans sensodyne toothpastes in my house..
    there is only me to use it but i don't have sensitive teeth problem..
    3 cans.. i could use for half a year with that..
    will it in the end make my teeth sensitive?

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    Default Re: Sensodyne toothpastes.. can anybody use?

    i don't find it a problem.. just use it.. it won't be approved and be sold in public market if it were to cause adverse side effects if one without sensitive teeth were to use it..

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    Default Re: Sensodyne toothpastes.. can anybody use?

    Sensodyne is a popular (sensitive teeth) toothpaste in the U.S.A. I don't recall anyone having problems and it's never been removed from store shelves for any reason in the last 15 years or so that I've seen it.

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    Default Re: Sensodyne toothpastes.. can anybody use?

    Quote Originally Posted by dRebelXT View Post
    family migrated overseas and i found 3 cans sensodyne toothpastes in my house..
    there is only me to use it but i don't have sensitive teeth problem..
    3 cans.. i could use for half a year with that..
    will it in the end make my teeth sensitive?
    I recall my dentist saying you should not use it all the time.
    So I don't suggest you use it if you do not have sensitive gums / teeth. Wonder what a can of toothpaste looks like though?
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    Default Re: Sensodyne toothpastes.. can anybody use?

    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteFields View Post
    i don't find it a problem.. just use it.. it won't be approved and be sold in public market if it were to cause adverse side effects if one without sensitive teeth were to use it..
    but my have a mindset like.. a medicine loses its effect if u use often.. or if u aint sick, use medicine makes u feel u r sick..


    Quote Originally Posted by bousozoku View Post
    Sensodyne is a popular (sensitive teeth) toothpaste in the U.S.A. I don't recall anyone having problems and it's never been removed from store shelves for any reason in the last 15 years or so that I've seen it.
    Quote Originally Posted by petetherock View Post
    I recall my dentist saying you should not use it all the time.
    So I don't suggest you use it if you do not have sensitive gums / teeth. Wonder what a can of toothpaste looks like though?
    oh i see.. dunno either.. bought a pack of 3 tubes then left at home..
    wat a wastage..

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