SensiLacer bioadhesive gel
Rapid reduction in dental hypersensitivity
SensiLacer has a fast-acting, desensitising, prolonged action that decreases the sensitivity of teeth that are sensitive to cold, heat, sweets, or other stimuli.
SensiLacer bioadhesive gel acts on three levels to prevent and improve the symptoms of sensitive teeth:
- Rapid occlusion of the dentin tubules, strengthening the dentin and protecting the tooth against the stimuli that cause the painful sensation.
- Reduction of the nerve impulse that causes the painful sensation due to the potassium salts that have been clinically proven to be one of the most effective ingredients for reducing tooth sensitivity.
- Remineralises enamel thanks to its high fluoride content. This also prevents the emergence of cavities.
Clinical efficacy has been proven 30 seconds from its first application (65% reduction in tooth sensitivity). After a week there is already a 95% reduction in tooth sensitivity. All the users tested considered the maintenance of its effect very positively.
SensiLacer bioadhesive gel is particularly indicated for:
- Daily oral hygiene for people with dentin hyperaesthesia (sensitive teeth or dental hypersensitivity)
- Indicated to relieve dental hypersensitivity after oral cleaning and/or dental whitening performed at a dental clinic.
- After periodontal treatments, in cases of gum recession and enamel loss caused by tooth decay or excessive abrasion from brushing.
- Higiene bucal diaria de personas con hiperestesia dentinaria (dientes sensibles o hipersensibilidad dental)
SensiLacer bioadhesive gel is recommended for use after your daily oral hygiene routine with SensiLacer toothpaste or SensiLacer dental gel. It must be applied to particularly sensitive areas. The gel’s highly adhesive properties enable its active ingredients to act in the area treated for longer and more effectively.
Does not contain gluten
Presentation and coding
- SensiLacer bioadhesive gel 50 ml (N.C. 174982.6)
- Potassium nitrate 10 g
- Sodium monofluorophosphate 1.89 g
- Silicon dioxide obliterans 10.0 g
- Excipient q.s. 100 g
- Fluoride ion, 2500 ppm
Sensitive teeth Dental hypersensitivity or "sensitive teeth" takes the form of painful sensation (acute and short-lasting pain) caused by contact between the teeth and certain stimuli (cold, heat, sweets, brushing, etc.). It can occur in apparently healthy teeth,...