Kit for Sensitive Teeth

£19.50 £30 Save £10.50

Our game-changing Kit for Sensitive Teeth includes everything you need to soothe and stop sensitive tooth pain. 

  • Created by dentists 
  • Clinically proven
  • Formulations work to strengthen tooth enamel and alleviate sensitivity 
  • Free from harmful ingredients
  • Alcohol-free mouthwash 
  • Vegan-friendly
  • Cruelty-free

Kit for Sensitive Teeth

Last Christmas Shipping Dates:

UK Customers - to receive your order before December 25th, place your orders on or before December 17th*

If your order contains a personalised/engraved item, to receive your order before December 25th, please order on or before December 11th

How long will it take for my order to arrive this Christmas?

To receive your orders before December 25th, please order on or before the above dates and allow 5 working days for non-personalised items and up to 10 working days for personalised items. 

How to use

1

Use our Toothpaste for Sensitive Teeth twice daily, our Mouthwash for Sensitive Teeth in between meals, and keep sensitivity at bay while on the go with our Serum for Sensitive Teeth

2

Using a combination of clean, clinically proven oral care solutions daily will help to combat the source of sensitivity for long-lasting results.

Dr. Lisa & Dr. Vanessa

"As dentists, tooth sensitivity is a common oral care concern we see daily. We understand that using a combination of clean, clinically proven and targeted oral care solutions daily helps to combat sensitivity and support enamel strength and protection, which is why we created our dedicated Kit for Sensitive Teeth. Formulated with active ingredients, these oral care essentials will work to strengthen teeth and relieve sensitivity at home and while on the go."

Did you know?

people naturally have more sensitive teeth than others due to thinner enamel. In many cases, the tooth’s enamel can be worn down from daily wear and tear. It may be a temporary or a chronic concern, and can affect one tooth, several teeth, or all the teeth in a single individual. It can be triggered by cold or hot foods and drinks, cold air, sweet foods and beverages, acidic foods and beverages, cold water (especially during routine dental cleanings) or alcohol-based mouth rinses. The good news is that in most cases, sensitive teeth can be treated with the right prescriptive, clean, clinically proven oral care solutions.