A trip to the local drug store can be overwhelming if you're looking for toothpaste for sensitive teeth. There are options from various companies, each making different claims, so it can be challenging to know which to choose. Here are a few tips to help guide you through the difficult process of selecting toothpaste for sensitive teeth.
- Active Ingredients: Look for a toothpaste indicated for sensitive.
- Name Brand/Manufacturer: There are so many brands out there that you may want to stick with a brand you know and trust, like Crest Pro-Health.
- Cost: Toothpaste for sensitive teeth doesn’t have to cost more than your regular toothpaste. In fact, many toothpastes for sensitive teeth cost around the same as your typical toothpaste.
- ADA Seal of Approval: Many toothpastes for sensitive teeth don't feature the American Dental Association (ADA) seal of approval. However, four Crest Pro-Health toothpastes (Clean Mint, Clean Cinnamon, Night and Whitening) feature ADA acceptance for six important dental benefits: it fights cavities, gingivitis, plaque, sensitivity, stains and bad breath. All Crest Pro-Health toothpastes are triclosan free.