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Sensitive teeth are no longer my problem!

For as long as I can remember, the problem of tooth sensitivity is affecting me in 100%. All attempts at home teeth whitening, either with Blend a med strips or with the White Pearl ended in deterioration of this condition and discontinuation of this procedure.

My teeth used to react very often to cold and warm drinks and meals. Fortunately, this condition has changed for some time, because hypersensitivity does not bother me.

After applying the permanent braces, I felt very sensitive. For the first two weeks, my teeth were so sensitive that even contact with the brush ended in tears.

I decided to reach for a paste to deal with this problem. Did it help? You'll find out later in this note.

On the advice of my orthodontist, I reached for Elmex (green) toothpaste for sensitive teeth.
Already after the first use my teeth felt a little relief. With time it was only better. I am delighted that something finally helped.

I honestly admit that this is the first time I bought this company's paste. It always seemed expensive and not very effective. However, I must admit that I was wrong.

The paste is available in every Rossmann, now I have bought the orange version (also highly recommended for fixed braces!), Which prevents tooth decay. I wonder if this version will also be so good.

If you are struggling with the problem of tooth sensitivity, be sure to try this product. For me it worked perfectly during the most painful period of wearing a fixed camera.

23 Comments

  1. Avatar mil_olga 27 June 2016 / 17: 38

    Having hypersensitivity, I use iWhite overlays for whitening and I am very happy 🙂 The effects are great and the hypersensitivity has not increased 🙂

  2. Avatar Rincewind99 29 April 2015 / 15: 30

    Elmex pastes are cool, sometimes I buy them, interchangeably with Tołpa or other non-fluorinated ones 🙂

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 29 April 2015 / 16: 04

      Tołpa has toothpaste? I didn't even know 🙂

  3. Avatar versatile 26 April 2015 / 11: 03

    My favorite paste 🙂
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  4. Avatar Anonymous 25 April 2015 / 17: 52

    I'm just thinking about buying elmex anti-caries but I'm not convinced yet

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 26 April 2015 / 07: 13

      I highly recommend, this paste is great :) I use it now (I used the green one when I started the camera).

    • Avatar Anonymous 26 April 2015 / 07: 55

      Will there be a review? 🙂

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 26 April 2015 / 15: 31

      Sure :) I'm just finishing the 2 packaging, so I'll scrape something about this paste.

  5. Avatar scarlet23 24 April 2015 / 19: 33

    I have very sensitive that unfortunately I have it and it is not bad;)

  6. Avatar Anonymous 24 April 2015 / 17: 34

    I was just about to boast to you that I was in Rossman yesterday and bought this apricot scrub, lirene foot cream and UV protective hair mist. The peeling is extremely strong but the skin is so smooth afterwards; D anyway I bought it all thanks to your recommendations rekomend

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 24 April 2015 / 19: 34

      Yes, it's true that the peeling is quite strong, but the effects after it are great.
      Let me know how the rest works. By the way, I saw a shelf with sunscreen cosmetics, but I didn't see this hair mist.

  7. Avatar Beauty Land 24 April 2015 / 17: 13

    These pastes are hopeless, try Bioreapir and you'll see the difference.

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 24 April 2015 / 19: 34

      I don't know this paste, where can you find it?

  8. Avatar MIRAGE 24 April 2015 / 14: 58

    I also recommend this paste and elmex in general, I have a junior daughter.

  9. Avatar Anonymous 24 April 2015 / 14: 48

    I am about to whiten my teeth but they are meeega sensitive

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 24 April 2015 / 15: 47

      In that case, I recommend this paste 🙂

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 24 April 2015 / 15: 48

      Oh you see, and colgate irritated me from what I can remember also the sensitive version.

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