colgate sensitive pro relief is for sensitive tooth if your comfortable with that you can continue .Brushing twice daily use mouth washes twice daily and six months once check up to dentist with this you can prevent and cure your dental problem
Replace the teeth tht is removed if it is not da last teeth i mean if it is not the third molar thn get ur cavity teeth filled with gic cement thn about paste u can continue da tooth paste if u hav any sensitivity while having cold or hot food items
The tooth paste will only help to relieve sensitivity. It does not remove the decay, That can be done only by the dentist. There is no harm in continuing with this toothpaste. Kindly visit your dentist for the cavities.
Tooth paste u are using is for sensitivity which is not mentioned as ur problem
why medicated paste if their is no problem?
for cavities visit ur dentist .They will fil it wid tooth color material
use non medicated paste
MDS - Orthodontics, LASERS, BOTOX AND DERMAL FILLERS, USA, RGDC Bangalore
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Sensitivity related tooth pastes are all medicated ones and atleast my main aim is to put back my patients on normal available toothpastes and not medicated ones. These are to be given for the time being. You already are aware of cavities in your teeth. Please get them restored and visit your dentiat every atleast once in a year if not six months.
Dear first of all replace ur missing tooth. Colgate prorelief and other medication are just feather to ur cap. But once structural integrity of tooth is damaged. Its prone to periodontistis( bad odor and loss of tooth).
No a sensitive tooth paste is NOT for regular use.
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