Do you suffer from tooth sensitivity? I do, and I hate it. Every time I sip something piping hot, or bite into something cold I suffer tooth pain. I have to be very careful about which side of my mouth I use and I never even try to bite into ice cream anymore. We use special toothpaste for sensitive teeth and I think it helps somewhat, but it’s not enough on its own to combat the sensitivity.
I received the Crest Sensi-Stop Strips to try out and I was excited about the opportunity to put an end to my tooth sensitivity but I was worried about the product being in strip form. The last time I used strips on my teeth for a whitening treatment, it did not go well. The strips would not stay in place for me.
The first Sensi-Stop Strip, however was very easy to use and it did stay put for the full 10 minutes. I think it helps that this is small in size and the required time is fairly short compared to other strip products. After the allotted time, you can remove the strip but you cannot eat, drink or brush for 30 minutes afterward.
I will be using these strips over the next few weeks and will report back on my results once I’m finished with the package. If you suffer from dentinal hypersensitivity, you can pick up Crest Sensi-Stop Strips at Walmart.
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This is a sponsored post written by me for Crest.
Michaela R. says
I have very sensitive teeth that usually just trigger off sometimes at random depending on certain foods :/
Yes I have sensitive teeth, I just try not to drink very hot beverages or foods =(
Kimmy Ripley says
I have very sensitive teeth. Hot stuff doesn’t seem to bother them… it’s cold stuff that makes them sensitive.