Sensodyne Complete Protection

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Last Thursday, I attended the official launch of Sensodyne Complete Protection – a new multi-protection toothpaste which combines seven benefits (sensitivity, enamel protection, clean feeling, gum protection, fresh mouth, plague protection and teeth whitening) in the one toothpaste.

SENSODYNE is a household name when it comes to formulated products for sensitive teeth so what makes the latest addition – Sensodyne Complete Protection different?

Well, Sensodyne Complete Protection uses an advanced technology called NovaMin®, which is clinically proven to relieve the pain of sensitivity by building a protective layer over vulnerable areas of the tooth.

Studies have shown that NovaMin® technology, which was originally developed to stimulate bone regeneration, starts building a restorative mineral layer from the first use, which is up to 50% harder than natural dentine.

This essentially provides a long term solution to teeth sensitivity than just manage the problem which is what previous toothpaste did.

When used twice daily, Sensodyne Complete Protection – strengthens enamel, cleans, helps maintain gum health, freshens breath, aids plaque control and helps maintain natural whiteness.

This essentially makes Sensodyne Complete Protection the ‘complete tooth paste’ because like most people, I do look for all the other benefits when purchasing a tooth paste. There’s not much else you need in a toothpaste.

Click here to listen to the experts talk more about the benefits of new Sensodyne Complete Protection toothpaste.

Sensodyne Complete Protection is available from Boots, Superdrug, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and leading retailers nationwide from £4.29.

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