Say No to Ngilo with Sensodyne

June 7th, 2015
Ever since I was I child I experienced having pangingilo while eating my favorite ice cream. Then my dentist advised me to use Sensodyne’s to stop the sensitivity. Did you know that 9 out of 10 Filipinos who suffer from sensitive teeth or pangingilo, “sensitive” is a bit of an understatement to describe the delicate condition of their teeth.
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Sensodyne is the #1 sensitivity toothpaste in the Philippines, and its recommended by dentists, affirmed its commitment to create a future where every Filipino is sensitivity-free with the “Say No to Ngilo” advocacy.

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“Having sensitive teeth can mean anything from getting a mild twinge to having severe discomfort that can last for several hours. It can also be an early warning sign of more serious dental problems.” said Dr. Rannier Reyes of the Philippine Periodontal Society.

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Sensitive teeth occurs when the layer of enamel becomes thin and exposes the softer dentine underneath. This soft layer makes up the inner part of the tooth leading to the tooth’s nerve center and triggers the pain you feel. Other things that can cause sensitive teeth are: Brushing
too hard or using a hard bristled toothbrush, Teeth grinding, Gingivitis (gum disease), Receding Gums.

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“For those who have sensitive teeth like me, I know you’d agree that it is not something you can just ignore. Sensitive teeth can ruin the mood of any romantic date, or stop you from enjoying those unforgettable moments with your loved ones,” Sensodyne brand ambassador, Luis Manzano shares.

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This year they launched the new Sensodyne Mouthwash to complement its toothpaste and complete its expert sensitivity regimen to help consumers put an end to teeth sensitivity.

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“We highly recommend that you use the Sensodyne mouthwash together with the Sensodyne toothpaste to give clinically proven relief and daily protection for pangingilo,” says Heather Pelier, Incoming Consumer Healthcare General Manager, GSK Philippines.

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Sensodyne Mouthwash has all the benefits of a regular mouthwash like providing lasting freshening effect, and fluoride to strengthen teeth and protect against decay. The good thing is it’s alcohol-free plus it gives pangingilo relief. It has two variants Cool Mint and Extra Fresh 250mL at Php165 SRP. You can buy the mouthwash in your nearest major supermarkets and drugstores nationwide.

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So, if you have pangingilo, switching to Sensodyne to replace your regular toothpaste and mouthwash can make a big difference not only in your enjoyment of everyday life, but also in your overall oral health.

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I can now enjoy my favorite Nutella ice cream by Kool Kids (a fresh made to order liquid nitrogen ice cream) without worrying about pangingilo.

Don’t let the pain of sensitivity get in the way. Say No to Ngilo and Yes to those Great Little Moments!

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With Sam Oh

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with Luis Manzano

Share your “Great Little Moments” and win a trip for two to South Korea! ❤ Visit Sensodyne Philippines website (www.sensodyne.com.ph) for more details. Join now!

2 Comments on Say No to Ngilo with Sensodyne

  1. July 8, 2015 at 8:24 PM

    Never tried their mouthwash, but I’ve always been using Sensodyne toothpaste for pangingilo. Works well! 🙂

    Great read. See you around! 🙂 ~Mary

    Reply
    • Alyssa
      July 8, 2015 at 8:57 PM

      Hi Mary! I recommend that you try the Sensodyne mouthwash, its alcohol free! 🙂

      Reply

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