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I am doing the Invisalign braces. This means I need to brush my teeth much more than the 2x day most people do (remove Invisaline trays to eat, have to brush before putting them back on). My tongue has gotten extra sensitive to toothpaste and it stings and hurts to get toothpaste on it now. It was suggested that whitening toothpaste would have less of the ingredient that is probably bothering me. This is not much if any less irritating than regular toothpaste.
It works as far as toothpaste goes. I mean it's not going to give you that Hollywood smile or anything. It cleans the gunk off your teeth much like any toothpaste would and it has baking soda in it which I like. Makes you wonder why I just don't use baking soda instead but I added this to my order just to get free shipping, so yeah.
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2021
My dentist first recommended A&H's "Truly Radiant" product which I used for a while. They changed the product and renamed it "Bright & Bold". When I could no longer find that locally, I switched to "Advanced White". After using it for a while, I developed "burning mouth syndrome". Unsure of what was causing the condition, I googled it and found another gentleman who said he had developed the condition due to a reaction from the whitening ingredient in it. I stopped using it and the condition went away. After some time I tried to use it again, and the condition immediately came back.