Sensodyne Rapid Action

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Helps beat sensitive teeth fast1–3

Sensodyne Rapid Relief is formulated for rapid occlusion of dentine tubules and is suitable for patients with a recent diagnosis of dentine hypersensitivity who will benefit from fast relief.1,4

  • Clinically proven relief from the first brush5
  • Clinically proven relief in 60 seconds (e.g. after “dab-on” application)3
  • Clinically proven lasting protection against dentine hypersensitivity*5

*With twice-daily brushing

Timeline over 8 weeks for reduced dentine hypersensitivity when using Sensodyne Rapid Action toothpaste

Rapid relief and lasting protection* from tooth sensitivity2,3,5–12

Sensodyne Rapid Relief contains the proven active ingredient stannous fluoride.11 Over 10 clinical studies were conducted to investigate and demonstrated relief from dentine hypersensitivity.2,3,5–12

*With twice-daily brushing

Rapid Relief action

Sensodyne Rapid Action is formulated with stannous fluoride: Engineered for speed3,7

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Recommend Sensodyne Rapid Action to your patients for fast relief and long-lasting protection from dentine hypersensitivity

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Sensodyne Rapid Action (0.454% stannous fluoride [1450ppm fluoride])

For patients who are looking for fast relief of dentine hypersensitivity.3

Also available in Whitening variant.

Sensodyne Rapid Action product details

  • Ingredients

    Stannous Fluoride 0.454% w/w, Sodium Fluoride 0.0721% w/w (1450ppm Fluoride).

  • Directions

    ALWAYS FOLLOW THE LABEL DIRECTIONS. Brush twice a day and not more than three times, minimize swallowing and spit out. For fast action brush sensitive teeth first OR squeeze a pea-sized amount on a clean fingertip and gently rub into a sensitive area (maximum twice per day for 1minute before brushing). Replace lid to keep product dry.

  • Warnings & Precautions

    Keep out of reach of children. Not for use by children under 12 years of age, unless on the advice of a dental professional or doctor. Sensitive teeth may indicate an underlying problem that needs prompt care. If symptoms persist or worsen, see your dentist. If irritation occurs, discontinue use if foil seal on the nozzle is broken Remove foil seal before use.

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