Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection Tube 75ml

Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection Tube 75ml

Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection Tube 75ml

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Brand: Colgate
Code: 3201993
Weight: 82g


Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection Flouride Toothpaste provides complete protection toothpaste for sensitive teeth. Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection Flouride Toothpaste is specially formulated to be gentle on your teeth and gums. Its advanced formula is for people with sensitive teeth, whilst for everyday complete protection the proven antibacterial ingredient actively fights teeth and gum problems. As gums recede, parts of your teeth that are not protected by the enamel as they become uncovered. This leads to exposed dentine with thousands of microscopic pathways leading into the tooth’s nerve centre. When teeth make contact with something hot, cold or sweet, sensations are carried directly to the nerves causing painful tooth sensitivity. Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection Flouride Toothpaste helps protect against this sensitivity and also freshens your breath. Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection Flouride Toothpaste is designed to fight cavities, plaque, tartar, gum problems, remove stains and freshen breath. Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection Flouride Toothpaste provides sensitive teeth with proven protection against cavities, plaque, tartar and gum problems whilst gently removing surface stains and freshening the breath.

What is good Oral Hygiene?
Good oral hygiene results in a mouth that looks and smells healthy. This means:

- Your teeth are clean and free of debris
- Gums are firmly held against teeth and do not hurt or bleed when you brush or floss
- Bad breath is not a constant problem

If your gums do hurt or bleed while brushing or flossing, or you are experiencing persistent bad breath, see your dentist. Any of these conditions may indicate a problem.

Your dental professional can help you learn good oral hygiene techniques and can help point out areas of your mouth that may require extra attention during brushing and flossing.

How Is Good Oral Hygiene Practiced?
Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do for your teeth and gums. Healthy teeth not only enable you to look and feel good, they make it possible to eat and speak properly. Good oral health is important to your overall well-being.

Daily preventive care, including proper brushing and flossing, will help stop problems before they develop and is much less painful, expensive, and worrisome than treating conditions that have been allowed to progress.

In between regular visits to the dentist, there are simple steps that each of us can take to greatly decrease the risk of developing tooth decay, gum disease and other dental problems. These include:

- Brushing thoroughly twice a day and flossing daily
- Eating a balanced diet and limiting snacks between meals
- Using dental products that contain fluoride, including toothpaste
- Rinsing with a fluoride mouthrinse if your dentist tells you to
- Making sure that children under 12 drink fluoridated water or take a fluoride supplement if they live in a non-fluoridated area.


Learning how to brush your teeth properly is the first step to maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Plus, it helps minimise the risk of tooth decay and gum disease, the major causes of tooth loss.

Before You Begin

While there are several methods of brushing teeth with a manual toothbrush, always ask your dental professional for their recommendation and be sure to follow their instructions. To start, use fluoride toothpaste with a soft-bristle toothbrush, and don’t forget to replace it every three months.

Two Minutes, Twice a Day

To brush your teeth correctly, spend at least two minutes using a recommended technique, which includes 30 seconds brushing each section of your mouth (upper right, upper left, lower right and lower left), both morning and night. Since most manual toothbrushes don’t have built-in two-minute timers, you may want to have a clock handy so you can be sure you’re brushing long enough.

Positioning the Toothbrush

How you hold the toothbrush depends on which part of the tooth you’re brushing.

  • Step 1: Start with outer and inner surfaces, and brush at a 45-degree angle in short, half-tooth-wide strokes against the gum line. Make sure you reach your back teeth.
  • Step 2: Move on to chewing surfaces. Hold the brush flat and brush back and forth along these surfaces.
  • Step 3: Once you get to the inside surfaces of your front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and use gentle up-and-down strokes with the tip of brush.
  • Step 4: Be sure to brush gently along the gum line.
  • Step 5: Brush your tongue in a back-to-front sweeping motion to remove food particles and help remove odour-causing bacteria to freshen your breath.
  • Step 6: Try gently brushing the roof of your mouth for an extra-fresh feeling.

Now that you’ve learned proper brushing technique, a little discipline in practicing it every day will help make it feel like second nature. It’s one of the easiest things you can do to maintain the health of your teeth and gums.


Do not swallow.

In case of intake of fluoride from other sources consult a dentist or doctor. 

Sensitive teeth may indicate an underlying problem which needs prompt care by a dentist. See your dentist as soon as possible for advice.


Contains: Potassium Citrate 5.53% Sodium Monofluorophosphate (1450 ppm F¯) Aqua Sorbitol Hydrated Silica Glycerin Potassium Citrate PEG-12 Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate Zinc Citrate PVM/MA Copolymer Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Sodium Monoflourophosphate Aroma Potassium Hydroxide Cellulose Gum Sodium Saccharin Xanthan Gum Polyethylene Calcium Carbonate Eugenol Limonene CI 16255 CI 19140 CI 45410 CI 77891