I’m about to say something odd, so please stay with me for a moment. Not all
of my teeth are sensitive. In fact, I’m not sure if I qualify as having sensitive teeth because I only have a few that are, in fact if cold water touches them I can turn my own brain power into lightening and shoot it out of my fingertips. But most of my teeth are fine, but I use two toothpaste’s anyway. I use a sensitive toothpaste
( Sensodyne ) when I can afford it, which is rarely, and a green tea mint toothpaste for everyday, and Sensodyne really does work – to a point.
A few years back, before I started my occasional romance with Sensodyne, one tooth in particular was so sensitive that I couldn’t even chew on that side of my mouth, because if what I was eating was too hot it about killed me, too cold and it was worse. I wish I’d known then about Biotene Sensitive, a new product that claims to contain the number one sensitivity ingredient and number one dry mouth protection. When I say new, I really mean it’s new to me, apparently Biotene has been available, at least to the Dental and Medical professions for at least twenty years, since that’s how long they’ve been recommending it.
The company sent me a sample to try ( bigger than even a travel sized toothpaste, way bigger than I expected it to be ), and I can’t stop singing it’s praises.
I sampled Biotene today, and I have to admit I was impressed. You get the same feeling from Biotene – for those of you who use Sensodyne, I’m sure you know what I mean by that – that you get when you use Sensodyne, but Biotene isn’t just a sensitivity or dry mouth toothpaste like the others I’ve tried, it also helps to prevent canker sores, defends against bacteria, plaque and gingivitis and has Xylitol which prevents cavities. Has a toothpaste taste, too, and yes I know it’s weird saying that about a toothpaste, but I want you to use a sensitivity toothpaste and tell me what it tastes like, lol. I’ll comment later on, after a few days, on how well the sensitivity is going – so far it’s great but most sensitivity toothpastes I’ve tried take a few days to really show it’s colors, I hope it’s as good in the long run as it is right now. If it keeps this up, it gets the Faith Everyman Seal of Approval, lol.