Sensitive Gums

Woman smiling and resting on handIrritated gums can make your daily oral hygiene routine a real pain. Fortunately, AloeSense is available to relieve your discomfort. Our toothpaste offers naturally soothing care for even the most sensitive gums. Whether your gums are sore due to the effects of gingivitis or other issues like the overuse of whitening bleaches, or canker sores, our ADA-Accepted anti-cavity formula will naturally soothe and comfort your pain. Switch to AloeSense today and see for yourself what a difference it can make for your smile.

 

Aloe PLUS Allantoin To Protect Your Sensitive Mouth and Gums

You might just think of aloe vera for soothing and healing sunburns, but it can do so much more. The Academy of General Dentistry has recognized aloe for its many oral care benefits and uses, including:

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Aloe Vera Gel: Update for Dentistry
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Pain Relief

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Anti-Inflammatory

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Treatment for Abrasions

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Antibacterial Properties

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Moisturizing Properties

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Treatment for Irritations

These alleviating qualities make our proprietary aloe formula an effective solution for sensitive gums. You do not have to rely on harsh chemicals to keep your mouth healthy and feeling good. To enhance the power of aloe, we also use allantoin in our toothpaste. Allantoin is a naturally soothing non-irritating ingredient, used in many leading personal care brands, making it perfect for treating your sensitive gums, as well as comforting your overall mouth sensitivity.

Gum Sensitivity and Mouth Irritation Are Everyday Problems For Millions of People.

No one wants to consider that they might have gingivitis. However, it is important to catch this condition in the early stages so that you can reverse the damage before it develops into a more serious issue. Gingivitis is inflammation of the gums. If your gums are inflamed, you may notice that they look red and puffy. You might also bleed a little when your brush or floss your teeth.

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Bleeding Gums

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Canker Sores

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Mouth Allergies

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Gingivitis

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Oral Implants

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Radiation Treatment

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Root Canals

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Oral Surgery

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Lichen Planus

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Whitening Bleaches

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Crown & Bridges

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Gum inflammation isn’t the only reason why your mouth might be feeling sore. Many people irritate their gums just by brushing their teeth too hard or by using too many whitening products. Gums are made up of very delicate soft tissue, so it is important to brush properly. By switching to a soft-bristled toothbrush and brushing with a naturally soothing toothpaste in soft, circular motions, you can help your sensitive gums feel better.

Other causes of gum sensitivity include hormonal changes—such as those experienced during pregnancy—and irritation from certain acidic foods and oral appliances like braces and retainers. No matter what is causing your sensitivity, our naturally soothing toothpaste makes brushing your teeth more comfortable while also helping your gums recover and feel better.

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