Lying Beneath the Surface: Dentin Hypersensitivity
and Acid Erosion

Up to one in three adults has dentin hypersensitivity. Many are silently coping with pain, unaware that they have a treatable condition.1 The incidence of acid erosion is also on the rise, with 89% of American adults at risk, and over 40% of American adolescents already exhibiting signs from the effects of acid erosion.2,3 Bringing these conditions and the trusted remedies that treat them to light is crucial.

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An Overview: Dentin Hypersensitivity

Explore further condition information, diagnostic support, and effective management solutions for dentin hypersensitivity.

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An Overview: Acid Erosion

Find out more about acid erosion as a condition, its causes, its impact on enamel, and the common interventional measures.

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Sensodyne Toothpaste

Sensodyne®: Sensitivity Relief.* Multiple Options.

Sensodyne comes in many formulas. See which one is right for your patients.

*with twice daily brushing

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Pronamel Toothpaste

Pronamel®: Strengthen and Protect Enamel

A unique formulation that delivers superior fluoride uptake. See which product line is right for your patients.

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Dentist Smiling Giving Product Recommendation

Recommend the Right Product for Each Patient

Identify symptoms of dentin hypersensitivity or acid erosion to make a quality recommendation.

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Sensodyne Toothpaste

Sensodyne®: Sensitivity Relief.* Multiple Options.

Sensodyne comes in many formulas. See which one is right for your patients.

*with twice daily brushing

See Products

Pronamel Toothpaste

Pronamel®: Strengthen and Protect Enamel

A unique formulation that delivers superior fluoride uptake. See which product line is right for your patients.

See Products

Dentist Smiling Giving Product Recommendation

Recommend the Right Product for Each Patient

Identify symptoms of dentin hypersensitivity or acid erosion to make a quality recommendation.

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References:

1. Addy M. Dentine hypersensitivity: new perspectives on an old problem. Int Dent J. 2002;52(5) (suppl 1):367–375.

2. GSK DOF: A View Through Our Consumer’s Lens, August 2014.

3. McGuire J, et al. Erosive tooth wear among children in the United States: relationship to race/ethnicity and obesity. Int J Paediatr Dent. 2009;19(3):91–98.