Sensodyne Whitening Toothpaste

  • Daily Sensitivity Protection*
  • Cavity protection
  • Fresh taste
  • Whitening

Helps to remove stains for a whiter, brighter smile, protecting sensitive teeth by building a protective barrier that blocks the sensitivity caused by hot, cold, sweet and other contact triggers.

* With twice daily brushing

Product Details


Potassium Nitrate

Aqua, hydrated silica, sorbitol, glycerin, pentasodium triphosphate, PEG-8, aroma, titanium dioxide, sodium methyl cocoyl taurate, cocamidopropyl betaine, xanthan gum, sodium hydroxide, sodium saccharin, sucralose, sodium fluoride.


Adults and children 12 years of age and older:

  • Apply at least a 1-inch strip of product onto a soft bristle toothbrush.
  • Brush teeth thoroughly for at least 1 minute twice a day (morning and evening), and not more than 3 times a day, or as recommended by a dentist or doctor. Make sure to brush all sensitive areas of the teeth. Minimize swallowing. Spit out after brushing.

Children under 12 years of age:

  • Consult a dentist or doctor.

Stop use and ask a dentist:


  • If the problem persists or worsens. Sensitive teeth may indicate a serious problem that may need prompt care by a dentist.
  • If sensitivity still persists after 4 weeks of use.

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