Crest Sensi-Stop Strips for Teeth Sensitivity Relief #SensiStop #Sponsored

On a hot summer day one of my favorite treats to enjoy is ice cream. There's nothing like it's cooling sweetness. But for a while now I've had to limit the ice cream enjoyment. For some reason every time I would eat ice cream, I would feel a sharp pains in my tooth.

Crest Sensi-Stop Strips for Tooth Sensitivity Relief

Note: This is a sponsored post, written in partnership with One2One Network and Crest. I was invited as media to this event and received product samples for review purpose. Any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.

At first I thought I had a cavity, but a visit to the dentist didn't show any at time. So to avoid the pain,I would just eat my ice cream on one side of my mouth. But soon I noticed it wasn't just ice cream, it was anything that I ate that was too cold or sweet that would trigger the teeth pain.

For a while I was perplexed about the pain and my need to stay away from enjoying treats. Then recently I attended an event for Crest Sensi-Stop Strips, a new product released this year that provides tooth sensitivity relief.

During the event I learned that the pain I felt when enjoying cold sugary treats wasn't due to a cavity but sensitive teeth! An issue that affects more people then I would have thought.

As many as 57 percent of adults may be living with sensitive teeth. Common activities, like having a cold drink, brushing your teeth or biting into a hot meal may cause pain or discomfort.

Crest Sensi-Stop Strips for Tooth Sensitivity Relief

At the event, a panel of experts explained about tooth sensitivity and it's different triggers. In healthy teeth, porous tissue called dentin is protected by gums and by teeth's hard enamel outer layer.

Crest Sensi-Stop Strips for Tooth Sensitivity Relief

Tooth sensitivity happens due to receding gum tissue or enamel loss. Microscopic holes in the dentin called tubules, connect to the nerve, triggering pain when exposed to cold or hot temperatures by what we eat or drink.

Crest Sensi-Stop Strips for Tooth Sensitivity Relief

For those dealing with tooth sensitivity, Crest Sensi-Stop Strips provides a long lasting solution.
Crest® Sensi-Stop™ Strips are thin, flexible strips that contain an active ingredient used by dental professionals. Unlike toothpaste, Crest® Sensi-Stop™ Strips are applied directly to sensitive areas, providing targeted delivery of the key ingredient that allows for longer contact time on the surface of the tooth. Within minutes, strips build a lasting barrier that helps stop sensitivity pain by blocking tubules, relieving symptoms of dental sensitivity for up to 30 days*

Crest Sensi-Stop Strips for Tooth Sensitivity Relief
Crest Sensi-Stop Strips for Tooth Sensitivity Relief

After the event I took home Crest Sensi-Stop Strips to try out. They had simple and straight forward instructions and the strips were easy to apply. The strips are tiny enough to fit right along the gumline so you can just insert, wait and then enjoy what you use to avoid before due to tooth sensitivity.

Hello ice cream treat!

Crest Sensi-Stop Strips will be available this fall but can be preordered now by visiting - www.crest.com


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30 comments:

  1. This is a great idea for a product. My teeth are very sensitive.

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  2. my best friend has super sensitive teeth. I'm going to have to tell her about this. She usually uses expensive toothpaste from her dentist.

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  3. If I don't stay on a healthy diet, my teeth get very sensitive. Took me many years to realize that food and sensitive teeth go hand in hand.

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  4. I have very sensitive teeth. Looking for something that works is so hard. Hopefully this is exactly what I need.

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  5. I can not wait to find this in the store an detest it out. I have always been a fan of Crest and having sensitive teeth this will be put to the test.

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  6. My daughter has very sensitive teeth. I will have to share this with her. I wear dentures myself. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Now THAT is fantastic! What a great idea! I think I'll get some to have on hand for the next time I have a tooth act up!

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  8. I had that same problem and was told to use a special toothpaste that actually worked. Good to know that there are other options.

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  9. It's great to see another product out there for sensitive teeth. I had issues with ice cream too.

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  10. I have sensitive teeth also. I will have to look for these strips at the store.

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  11. I have sensitive teeth on one side and it drives me crazy.I need some of these strips.

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  12. I have tried this product and found it helped.

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  13. This would be great for me because I am noticing that my teeth are getting more sensitive as I get older. It would be great not to have to experience that discomfort.

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  14. I always worry my teeth will deteriorate so I take lots of care with them
    I know to use this if I ever go sensitive

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  15. Wow, I never heard of this and will definitely check it out. I get that with ice cream, too, sometimes and I'm not giving up the ice cream!

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  16. I have sensitive teeth, I use Sensodyne, and it helps to a point. I would love to try this product as well.

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  17. Sensitive teeth and gums are the worst. I can only imagine how hard it must be

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  18. I have sensitive teeth and let me tell you, it SUCKS! I haven't tried the Crest Sensi Stop Strips yet so will be check them out! Anything that can help.

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  19. I need these my teeth are the worst when it comes to cold stuff.

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  20. I do have sensitive teeth and gums and it is not fun. Amber N

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  21. My teeth go through phases of sensitivity. I will have to look into getting some strips to fix the bad times!

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  22. Thank goodness I don't have sensitive teeth. These would be great for the husband though!

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  23. A strip would be better over a toothpaste or even a rinse because of the contact time. Great product for those with sensitivity to try!

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  24. A great product to have on hand in case you need it. THanks for the tip!

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  25. I like that it's a long-term solution. This is a cool share.

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  26. I have sensitive teeth too, though not too bad. I've heard whitening products can make it a lot worse too and I wonder if it causes it ... wouldn't surprise me as many people that use whitening products!

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  27. I have teeth sensitivity and it stinks. I need to try this out.

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  28. My daughter has sensitive teeth. I might have to check these out for her.

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  29. I wonder if there's something to solve the actual issue. Someone up there said about food. This seems like something to help while you figure it out.

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  30. This seems really great - I like to try it sometime.

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