• There are toothpastes made special for sensitive teeth but one home remedy I know of is to use baking soda instead of toothpaste.
  • I find that Sensodyne tooth paste works the best. You have to always use it, however. If you stop using it you will loose it's effects.
  • At the dental office, we RX a rinse that is a high concentrate of Fluoride. I would recommend using ACT rinse. It's like 3$ at the Pharmacy. If you don't agree with the use of Fluoride, baking soda has been known to reduce sensitivity. You can actually make a "toothpaste" out of it by just mixing it with a little water. It doesn't taste great, but it's WONDERFUL for your dental health. It's what I use.

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