The past couple years, I have experienced EXTREME sensitivity with my teeth. The dentists insist there is nothing wrong, even though I can feel the pain shoot through my roots when I eat certain foods. They suggested using a sensitivity toothpaste, but I don't know any "kind" ones. I typically use Tom's toothpaste, which I know isn't 100% kind, but it's always seemed to do the job well, and it's in my budget. Does anybody know any toothpastes designed for sensitive teeth that are vegan/kind?
Thanks, me too. It's sad when you're actually HOPING that your mouth is full of cavities, because then they could fix it! When they tell you nothing appears wrong, it's a little aggrivating, because the pain can be excrutiating!
I have sensitive teeth too. I used to use sensodyne or other regular sensitive toothpastes and they worked but the fact is they are bad for your teeth and - probably why our teeth are sensitive to begin with! Honestly, when I used the Weleda salt toothpaste my teeth were no longer sensitive, but I can't find it anymore at WF... so I'm back to using jason seafresh which to me is ok. I'll have to check out my local small health food stores. Anyway, that's what I would reccomend, I hated the flavor at first but I learned to appreciate it because Alicia said it was the most superhero toothpaste :-) lol good luck.