Sensodyne Pronamel for Children: Review and Giveaway

hypothesis Sensodyne ProNamel for Children toothpaste will be another way to help protect Lily’s teeth against cavities.

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One tube of Sensodyne ProNamel for Children in a gentle mint flavor, a toothbrush and Lily’s teeth!  About the product:

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Kid-popular foods and drinks like soda, fruit juice, ketchup, raisins, citrus fruit and yogurt can contribute to acid erosion, a growing and irreversible problem. Fortunately, there are a few simple things parents can do to protect their children, including limiting acidic foods and beverages, and encouraging them to drink juices with a straw.  Sensodyne ProNamel™ for Children is the first children’s toothpaste scientifically proven to re-harden tooth enamel, helping to protect against acid erosion as well as cavities.”

methods In the morning and at bedtime, Lily brushed her teeth (with some help from Mom) with her new Sensodyne ProNamel for Children toothpaste.

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results Lily had no problems with this toothpaste.  She was able to handle the tube unassisted and place the toothpaste on her brush.  She definitely likes the taste!  I think the highest compliment I can give this toothpaste is that Lily have up her Dora toothpaste for the Sensodyne ProNamel for Children!  Fortunately, Lily does not have any cavities, and I hope this toothpaste helps to protect her little teeth for a long time!

summary Did you know that 9 out of 10 pediatric dentists see signs of acidic erosion in their patients? Eliminating all acidic foods from your child’s diet is an unreasonable request.  While I don’t let my daughter dive into unlimited amounts of sugary and acidic foods, I don’t ban them from her diet either.  As a Mom, it is instinctive to want to protect your child, so it is nice to know that there is a great toothpaste out there that will help to protect her sensitive enamel even if she has an occassional juice (or Tootsie Roll!).

references Does your child need extra cavity protection?  You can win a tube of Sensodyne ProNamel for Children right here at The Not-So-Blog!

How to enter:

1. Visit Sensodyne ProNamel for Children and tell me what you can do to help prevent acid erosion.

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Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on July 13th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.

Comments

  1. Use a straw to drink acidic drinks, and don’t hold them in your mouth or swish them around.

  2. I’m in the toothpaste business and agree that ProNamel for Children is a great new toothpaste for kids. From my understanding, it was designed in the lab to focus, first and foremost, about getting as much fluoride from the toothpaste to tooth surfaces (which is exactly what you want). The result is that you not only get great cavity protecion, but fluoride helps to reharden enamel and protect teeth from the effects of acid in our diets.

    Let’s face it – our diets have changed. When I was a kid, my Mom gave me milk breakfast, lunch and dinner. These days, how often does that occur. We’re eating a lot more fruits and vegetables than ever before, and just about all of them are acidic, which can soften the outer layers of enamel and make it vulnerable to brushing away with an abrasive toothpaste. That’s why ProNamel for Children is one of the least abrasive toothpastes on the market.

    I’m convinced that ProNamel is the best toothpaste on the market. That’s why I’ve made regular ProNamel my toothpaste of choice in my family!

  3. To prevent acid erosion you can drink a straw to drink highly acidic drinks

  4. I follow on Twitter (jessilyn82) and did a tweet https://twitter.com/Jessilyn82/status/2409974506

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  6. valerie2350 says:

    Dairy products help neutralize acids, so encourage children to finish off their meals with a glass of milk, some cheese or yoghurt. Full of calcium, these foods will also help build strong bones and teeth

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  8. Children should brush their teeth for 2 minutes twice a day!

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  10. You can encourage your kids to drink acidic drinks with a straw.

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  13. •Dairy products help neutralize acids, so encourage children to finish off their meals with a glass of milk, some cheese or yoghurt. Full of calcium, these foods will also help build strong bones and teeth.

  14. I follow you on Twitter and I tweeted.

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  16. To protect against acid erosion: “Wait before you brush. It’s recommended to brush your teeth one hour after consuming acidic foods and beverages.”

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  18. Courtney says:

    Brush your teeth one hour after consuming acidic foods and beverages.

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    I follow on twitter & tweeted: http://twitter.com/quixiotic/status/2429183602

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  22. Elizabeth J says:

    Try to limit the number of times a day your child’s teeth are exposed to acidic foods and drinks.

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  24. MRS.MOMMYY says:

    use a straw

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  26. You can try to limit the number of times a day your child’s teeth are exposed to acidic foods and drinks.

  27. Laura DeLuca says:

    Encourage your children to drink acidic drinks with a straw placed towards the back of the mouth, directed away from the teeth.

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  31. You can encourage your kids to drink acidic drinks with a straw., also a great idea for me too

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  35. Wait one hour to brush after consuming acidic foods and beverages.

  36. I’m a subscriber.

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  39. Marianna says:

    Encourage your children to drink acidic drinks with a straw placed towards the back of the mouth, directed away from the teeth.

  40. To prevent acid erosion you can not drink acidy drinks.

  41. Jennifer says:

    use a straw

  42. Drink with a straw when drinking acidic drinks!

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  44. Melissa Barnes says:

    drink milk after meals and eating acidic things – dairy helps neutralize acidic things

  45. Melissa Barnes says:

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  46. Melissa Barnes says:

    follow on twitter as lovinmykiddos and tweeted http://twitter.com/lovinmykiddos/status/2614035364

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  48. kathy pease says:

    Wait before you brush. It’s recommended to brush your teeth one hour after consuming acidic foods and beverages.

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  51. kathy pease says:
  52. Limit acidic foods and drinks.

  53. Try to limit the number of times a day your child’s teeth are exposed to acidic foods and drinks.

  54. Limit acidic foods and drinks 🙂

  55. Lily Kwan says:

    I learned that you should try to limit the number of times a day your child’s teeth are exposed to acidic foods and drinks.

  56. Lily Kwan says:

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