Our Best Choice for All-Around Toothpaste

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If you are in the I-hate-going-to-the-dentist’s camp because you have sensitive teeth, please let us make this suggestion: You can make those visits easier by simply taking care of our own oral health. 

And that starts with brushing your teeth twice a day, with the best toothpaste to serve your regular brushing needs. But getting to the best could be a long, drawn-out affair, considering the many brands and brand types out there. 

We feel confident we have found the daily toothpaste you should use to make those dentist’s visits as stress free as possible: the  Sensodyne Pronamel Gentle Whitening Toothpaste.

Specially designed for sensitive teeth and stain removal, this toothpaste from renowned brand Sensodyne also can hold its own as an all-around teeth-cleaning toothpaste that also protects teeth enamel.

Made with a teeth-strengthening formula that contains minerals like calcium and fluoride, Sensodyne’s sensitive toothpaste will help lessen any sensitivity and keep your teeth strong against erosion caused by dietary acids, while gently removing stains.

The product has a near-perfect rating and more than 10,000 positive reviews. While one reviewer praised the product’s anti-sensitivity capabilities, most reviewers, in a testament to its being an all-around product, said Sensodyne has been their go-to toothpaste for years, and they’ve only had good experiences while using it.

For all these reasons, Sensodyne Pronamel Gentle Whitening Toothpaste takes the cake … and all the cake crumbs left in your teeth.

Medically reviewed by Yvonne Stolworthy, MSN, RN.
If you’re interested in reading how Medical Daily reaches its Top Pick conclusions, please click here.

metas2 Our top pick for all-around toothpaste. Photo by Sensodyne

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