I love sweets. Well, who doesn’t? If you go to my house and open up my Willy Wonka mini fridge, (a name I have coined for my cold treasure chest filled with sweets) it is a haven stuffed with precious boxes of chocolates, pralines, truffles, and the usual chocolate bars, cakes, cupcakes, mini pastries, ice cream, and candy. If I were to be stranded on an island for the rest of my life, it must be a place where cakes and cupcakes grow on trees and I’ll be happy to live there for eternity.
My cake leftovers! #PigMode
Wanna know how serious I was when I said I love sweets? Here’s an example: Every Christmas, I hoard cakes because I am a cake lover and there’s no better season to pig out than the Holidays. Last Christmas, I had bought four kinds of cakes and I kid you not, folks, I ate an entire cake on my own! I still have some cake leftovers in Willy Wonka, and I’m enjoying a Coffee Crunch cake right about now. Yum!
But here’s the catch: I have sensitive teeth. AH! The irony-sheer, cruel irony! I always get a stinging pain, especially at the back part of my teeth whenever I eat sugary treats. Sometimes, it gets so bad that I have to chug down a glass of water after two or three bites. I’m supposed to feel happy when I’m eating dessert, but the queasy feeling I get from drinking a lot of water just to alleviate the pain on my teeth always kills the moment. Could there be a way for me to eat dessert pleasurably sans the loathsome tooth pain?
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One day, I had told my mom about my tooth problem and she recommended Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste. That time, it was totally new to me, but I gave it a shot anyway with high hopes that it will put an end to teeth sensitivity. Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste promises instant sensitivity relief so you can enjoy sweets, hot and cold beverages, frozen treats, or any type of food that may cause teeth pain.
Teeth sensitivity is caused by the thinning of the tooth enamel, which leads to the exposure of Dentine Tubules, the microscopic holes in our teeth that are connected to the teeth nerves. When Dentine Tubules are exposed, our teeth are more vulnerable to any kind of food that induces painful sensations. What Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste does is it seals the Dentine Tubules instantaneously with its Pro-Argin Technology, thus helping block pain triggers.
To put it to the test, I had brushed my teeth with Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief and allowed 5 minutes before chowing down a bowl of vanilla ice cream with rainbow sprinkles. Surprise, surprise-IT WORKS! Prior to using this toothpaste, my teeth would always start to quiver once it detects something cold and sweet inside my mouth but with this toothpaste, the sensitivity was miraculously and significantly lessened. In my first trial, my teeth were adjusting to the toothpaste and there was still pain, albeit it wasn’t as bad as before. But the longer I use it, the better Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste performs and my teeth feel! Love it!
So whenever I am about to indulge in truckloads of dessert, I make sure I brush my teeth first with Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief for a sweeter and happier eating experience!
But I’d still recommend that you go see your dentist so you’ll know how you can permanently cure teeth sensitivity. But in moments where desserts (and you) can’t wait, make Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste your quick solution.
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