This is a review of Sensodyne Pronamel Toothpaste by GlaxoSmithKline.
Toothpaste is one of those things I go through phases on. I used to be a big Colgate man, but then my allegiances moved to AquaFresh. For the last two years, though, I’ve moved my loyalty over to the Sensodyne Pronamel toothpaste.
I made the switch for the following reasons:
- The dentist liked the toothpaste. For some reason, I put an irrational belief in what he says.
- It tastes great.
- It is the only toothpaste that claims to harden your enamel. This is important to me since I drink a ton of diet soda.
We buy the Sensodyne Pronamel from Walmart, but you can pick it up pretty much anywhere. It is a little more expensive than other toothpastes, but I think it is a good deal if it really helps “heal” your teeth. I put the word heal in quotes, because I don’t know if the enamel hardening properties occur or not. There isn’t a test readily available for people to test enamel levels.
When you go to the Sensodyne Pronamel site, they do a pretty good job of convincing you the toothpaste works. They have an interactive demo and a Pronamel coupon. What they lack are any scientific studies on the site that are easy to get to.
Do I think it works? Yep. My teeth seem to be doing well and it does a great job cleaning!