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80% of sensitivity starts at the gumline due to recession**

**There are many causes of recession. For some patients it can be caused by periodontal disease.

 

plaque bacteria 

Kills Plaque
Bacteria

Exposed Tubules 

Occludes Exposed
Tubules

Exposed dentin 

Shields Exposed
Dentin

Stannous Fluoride starts working immediately* to relieve sensitivity pain within days.

  • Kills plaque bacteria that can lead to gingivitis, then potentially periodontitis- a cause of gingival recession**
  • Occludes exposed tubules to provide relief from sensitivity
  • Creates a layer of protection to shield exposed dentin.
plaque bacteria

Kills plaque bacteria that can lead to gingivitis, then potentially periodontitis- a cause of gingival recession**

occludes

Occludes exposed tubules to provide relief from sensitivity

Tubule Occlusion: How SNF2 Blocks the Tubules

 

exposed dentin

Creates a layer of protection to shield exposed dentin.

Testimonials

 

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ORIGINAL RESEARCH PUBLICATION MATERIALS

 

Stannous Fluoride

Crest Gum & Sensitivity dentifrice with stabilized stannous fluoride showed significantly greater tactile sensitivity relief — demonstrated by greater tolerance to a tactile stimulus — compared to a sodium fluoride negative control dentifrice.

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Stannous Fluoride in Action

In Fluoride Uptake testing, Crest Gum and Sensitivity dentifrice with bioavailable stannous fluoride (SnF2) fluoridated demineralized dentin lesions as well as the positive control and significantly better than the negative control.

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Hexametaphosphate

Dentinal hypersensitivity is a common complaint among dental patients. This trial demonstrates the desensitizing efficacy of a bioavailable stannous fluoride dentifrice relative to a sodium fluoride control dentifrice.

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Triclosan control

To evaluate the efficacy of a marketed bioavailable stannous fluoride (SnF2) dentifrice in reducing dentinal hypersensitivity as compared to a marketed control dentifrice over an eight-week period.

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