Sensodyne Clinical White Toothpaste

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Introducing NEW Sensodyne Clinical White Toothpaste

Just because your patients have sensitive teeth doesn’t mean they can’t have whiter teeth. In fact, 86% of patients experiencing sensitivity want whiter teeth, but 50% worry that their teeth will become more sensitive as a result.1 Introduce them to Sensodyne Clinical White, a daily specialty toothpaste that’s clinically proven to whiten and protect from sensitivity.2,3,4,5,6

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Key benefits of new Sensodyne Clinical White

Scientifically proven to whiten teeth by 2 shades*

Your patients will see a visibily whiter smile thanks to our whitening-matrix technology designed to dissolve surface stains. In studies, Sensodyne Clinical White toothpaste was shown to produce whiter teeth in a span of 2 weeks.1*α Clinical White was shown to be a more effective stain remover by removing 50% more surface stains.

Sensodyne Clinical White is enamel safe.9,10 Recommend Sensodyne to patients who want whiter teeth without sacrificing sensitivity relief.

Whitening toothpastes can be abrasive and hard on sensitive teeth. Sensodyne Clinical White is less abrasive on enamel than other whitening toothpastes.7,8 Recommend Sensodyne Clinical White to patients who want whiter teeth without sacrificing sensitivity relief. Sensodyne Clinical White can also be used to complement patients undergoing whitening treatments in the two weeks before, during, and after.

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*as shown in an 8-week studyα vs a non-whitening toothpaste with twice-daily brushing

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Sensodyne’s proven efficacy in nerve depolarization

Clinically proven to relieve dentin hypersensitivity*

Sensodyne Clinical White toothpaste is proven to protect from sensitivity and whiten teeth, even if dentin hypersensitivity is an issue for your patients thanks to these ingredients:

  • 5% Sodium tripolyphosphate dissolves stains while preventing new ones.*1,2
  • 1% Alumina removes surface stains and is gentle on enamel thanks to its microscopic size.4
  • 5% Potassium Nitrate relieves dentin hypersensitivity and helps to protect teeth from sensitivity.5†

*with twice-daily brushing†Clinically proven ingredients for sensitivity relief and protection

The science behind Sensodyne Clinical White - Our ingredient story

Sensodyne Clinical White is clinically proven to provide 2 shades whiter teeth while being enamel-safe.*

The proprietary formula contains alumina, silica, and sodium tripolyphosphate to remove and prevent future stains. This sensitivity toothpaste contains potassium nitrate which depolarizes the nerves, providing long-term sensitivity relief.

*with twice daily brushing†as seen in an 8-week study

How it works: the science behind Sensodyne’s latest innovation

Watch the above mode of action (MOA) video to learn more about how Sensodyne Clinical White toothpaste works.

Sensodyne Clinical White toothpaste benefits GIF

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Sensodyne Clinical White packaging

Sensodyne Clinical White Toothpaste

Help your patients get whiter teeth and sensitivity protection in one toothpaste.*†

* As shown in an 8-week study† With twice-daily brushing

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