Sensodyne Proenamel Reviews
Product Type: Sensodyne Oral Care
Description:Brand: Sensodyne / Type: Toothpast / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... namel. A tube of this costs £3 for 75ml in most supermarkets. The toothpaste is designed to help protect your teeth from ... more
Customer Sensodyne Proenamel Reviews (9)
by - written on 15/02/11 (Very useful, 83 readings)
My gym were recently giving out sample tubes of Sensodyne Proenamel toothpaste to all members, and I like free stuff as much as the next person, so I grabbed a tube to try. The idea of proenamel toothpaste is that it will protect the enamel on your teeth from acid erosion which can occur from food and drinks. I had seen a few adverts for this, but not thought to try it as I am quite happy with my usual toothpaste and saw no reason to change. I tried the proenamel toothpaste for the first time the other day, even though I had plenty of my usual toothpaste left. I wanted to give it a go as it was just sitting there in my bathroom. I was hoping it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I normally use whatever toothpaste is on offer, however I have always suffered with chronic mouth ulcers, I get them every week without fail. After my Doctor had run tests to rule out any underlying medical condition it was suggested to me that an ingredient found in most toothpastes has been shown in studies to cause mouth ulcers. The ingredient is Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, it is found in the majority of toothpastes and it is used as a foaming agent. I looked at a lot of toothpastes to find one which didn't contain this ingredient and eventually I came across Sensodyne Pro namel. A tube of this costs £3 for 75ml in most supermarkets. The toothpaste ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I have been reading through the reviews for this product and they do not seem to be amazingly positive. I purchased Sensodyne Pronamel last year as I suffer from mildly sensitive teeth. My first impression of the product was that it is extremely expensive at over £3.00 per tube! The toothpaste is designed to protect your teeth against acid erosion as well as whitening them to give you a gleaming smile! ~ Taste ~ I have to admit the taste of this toothpaste is different. It is simply not what I would associate with 'toothpaste'. It has a slightly sweet taste with a very slight hint of mint. It is very difficult to describe but I cannot say that I totally ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/09 (Very useful, 301 readings)
Sensodyne Pronamel. Toothpaste for sensitive teeth and helping with tooth enamel repair, apparently. Me and my girlfriend tried this instead of regular Colgate for a month because we have some enamel damage to our teeth. We picked up a 75ml tube for £3.29 at our local Wilkinsons, which makes it quite expensive compared to all of the other toothpaste brands out there, but it supposidly does more for your teeth, not that we could see the changes. It tastes like normal sensodyne really, it has a similar taste to mint humbugs. It's not unpleasant but its not the best taste either to be quite honest. The tube didn't last very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/09 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Sensodyne Pronamel was recommended by my dentist after I had an attack of gingivitis, yet another embarrassing condition of mine. I was surprised by the cost, at £2.79 from Superdrug it wasn't cheap. Since then I have found it in Boots and Asda for cheaper. £2.29 is the cheapest I've paid for it. I also feel it is over packaged and should be sitting on the shelves 'naked' so to speak, like most other toothpastes. For the first week of using the product I didn't notice any change whatsoever as my gums seemed to have permanently raw nerves at their surface. I use an electric toothbrush so it only takes a tiny amount of the thick white ... Read the complete review
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