Dental health is one of the most important aspects in our daily hygiene. Finding for the correct toothpaste can be quite a hassle given the condition of our teeth is something we will not be able to determined – it takes time to understand the level of your oral hygiene which pretty much impacted by our lifestyle. What is “Oral Hygiene” you may ask ; this is a practice of ensuring the cleanliness of one’s mouth and also to avoid complications such as cavities, gingivitis, periodontists and other oral related disorders. Practicing a good oral hygiene also plays an essential factor to prevent bad breath.

Sensitive Teeth. 

I’ve spent good years of my life taking care of my oral hygiene but it was not “good” enough, hence resulted in my sensitive teeth condition. How do you know if you have sensitive teeth? Think about that time you drank hot or cold drink and you felt a very sharp pain in your teeth? Well, that is the cue. Sometimes, having sweet or sour dish can also result in the same sensation. This means you will need to seek a Dentist to know the reason and how you can prevent it. Lucky for me, I found a solution that works really well!

Sensi Lacer – Toothgel 

The first product that I have been trying is Sensi Lacer – Toothgel , and you might wonder what is the difference between gel and paste? Well, apart of the appearance, neither is actually better than the other. The high amount of silica in a toothgel is the main contributor to it’s clear and gel like appearance. I was curious from the moment I receive the toothgel and began to try it from the next day – and I’ll never regret my choice.

What I like about this product : 

  • It has a very minimalistic color choices – white and orange for the box.
  • It has 3 different languages on the packaging – and detailed information.
  • It comes in 75 ml , which means travel friendly
  • The smell of the gel is very mild – unlike the commercial toothpastes.
  • The instruction is available on the packaging – and quite straight forward.

How to use : 

  1. Apply a good amount on your soft-bristled brush.
  2. Place your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle to the gums.
  3. Gently move the brush back and forth in short strokes.
  4. Brush all the surfaces, not missing the inner and outer part, most importantly do not miss the chewing surfaces of the teeth.
  5. Be sure to tilt the brush vertically, in order to clean the inside surfaces of your front teeth, and make several up-and-down strokes – for a total clean teeth.

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Perio Lacer – BioAdhesive Gel 

If you are someone who often suffer from ulcers, you definitely know how horrible the pain can be. It can reach to a point where it affects your daily lifestyle. Although we take care of our oral health really well, sometimes it can never be enough. For this, you can try Perio Lacer – BioAdhesive Gel. What is BioAdhesive toothgel you may ask, well in the simplest explanation – it assist in the process of removing plaque structure. Plaque is a sticky deposit that exist in your teeth due to foods that contains carbohydrate is left in the teeth. This eventually destroys the teeth enamel that can result in the decaying of the tooth.  

What I like about this product :  

  • It has a very minimalistic color choices – white, red and blue for the box.
  • It has 3 different languages on the packaging – and detailed information.
  • It comes in 50 ml , another travel friendly product.
  • The smell of the gel is very subtle- almost like “Bonjela”
  • Clear gel appearance – hence you can see where you are applying it.
  • The instruction is available on the packaging – and quite easy to understand.

How to use : 

  1. After using the toothgel, you can immediately apply this to the affected tooth.
  2. Squeeze some on your soft brush or on your clean finger.
  3. Massage gently on your tooth with your fingertips – to ensure a thorough absorption of the gel onto tooth.
  4. Leave it to dry – there is no need to rinse it.

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Verdict. 

Prior to trying this, I have tried multiple toothpastes and toothgel that will soothe the sensation I feel every now and then due to my sensitive teeth issue. There are times, certain toothpastes worsen the pain and causes pus to grow on the surface of my gum which eventually resulting in trying to stick to only one brand. When I started trying this, I was quite afraid because I don’t want to relive the terror of living through an aching tooth or gum over again. After trying for a week, I was quite relieved that no ulcer or pus situation happened, in fact my gum bleeding reduce visibly. As for the Bioadhesive Gel, I’ve added that into my oral hygiene routine apart of brushing, flossing and gargling, and till date, I am quite impressed with the result. In addition, I offered my friend who is suffering from ulcer , and this Gel actually helps to reduce ulcer pain after few minutes of applying it onto the area, leaving a cooling sensation instead.

I would definitely recommend this to all of you with sensitive teeth.

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Price 

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                     PerioLacer Bioadhesive Gel 50ml

                                             RM 37.50

 https://www.pmmii.com/collections/lacer/products/periolacer-bioadhesive-gel

                              SensiLacer Toothgel 75ml

                                             RM 31.50

https://www.pmmii.com/collections/lacer/products/sensilacer-gel-toothpaste

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Posted by:Sharmin Jeet

I have always been interested in writing since my high school days - my first blog was started in 2009 and was kept hidden for almost 2 years. One day, I decide to come out of my shell and I've been in great abundance since then with great support systems around me. I am currently completing my Professional Certificate in Counselling and would like to pursue in Special Education for Children. I love sharing and I thought what's the better way than to write about it? I added a pinch of Photography with the idea of producing genuine contents from my point of view.

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