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Sensodent-K Cream is a dental cream which is used in adults and children (12 years or older) to build protection against painful sensitivity of teeth to cold, heat, acids, sweet, or contact. It contains potassium nitrate as active ingredient which exerts a desensitizing action.
Potassium nitrate travel into exposed dentin tubules from the tooth surface to reach internal nerves and helps desensitize nerves in the tooth pulp, making them irresponsive to sensitivity stimuli (Ex. cold water, hot coffee, etc.).
Use Sensodent-K Cream as directed by your dentist. Consult your dentist if pain or sensitivity still persists after 4 weeks of use. Ask your dentist before giving it to children under 12 years of age.
Consult your doctor if you notice any unusual side effects while using Sensodent-K Cream.
Q: How to use Sensodent-K Cream?
A: Always use Sensodent-K Cream as advised by your dentist. Apply a minimum of 1-inch strip onto a soft bristle toothbrush. Brush teeth thoroughly for at least 1 minute twice a day (morning and evening) or as directed by your dentist. Make sure to brush all sensitive parts of the teeth.
Q: Can children use Sensodent-K Cream?
A: Sensodent-K Cream should not be used in children below 12 years of age unless told by the dentist. Consult your dentist before using it.
Q: How soon can I see the effects of Sensodent-K Cream?
A: Relief starts within two weeks of using this cream and continues to build with twice daily brushing. Consult your dentist for further advice.
Q: Is Sensodent-K Cream safe to use?
A: Numerous regulatory boards around the world consider potassium nitrate (the active ingredient) both safe and effective for the treatment of tooth sensitivity. Consult your dentist for further advice.
Q: Can Sensodent-K Cream help in teeth whitening?
A: This cream contains potassium nitrate that can help prevent sensitivity and help remove surface stains as well. Consult your dentist for further advice.
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