I suffer from dental hydrosensitivity or in a more layman's term and in the vernacular--also "pangingilo". If you think it's that simple, then you better think again. Although "pangingilo" seems like an ordinary thing, the truth is that it can truly affect one's life. There are certain foods or drinks which I can't truly enjoy because of this condition. I am partial to unripe mangoes which I love to eat with bagoong (fermented shrimp). But each time I'd eat my favorite food, I'd experience a short sharp pain especially when I'd try to brush my teeth after eating such. It's a good thing that there's a toothpaste made specifically to help us prevent that "pangingilo" thing--Sensodyne.
According to a study conducted in 2011, 87 percent of Filipinos have dental carries which if not properly addressed could even lead to more serious problems such as gum disease. A lot of Filipinos also do experience dental hydrosensitivity or "pangingilo". And now, the good news is that the company behind Sensodyne made our favorite toothpaste for sensitive teeth even more affordable so that more Filipinos can enjoy their food and prevent and keep dental hypersensitivity away. With the availability of Sensodyne sachet SRP (suggested retail price) of Php10 each, say goodbye to pangingilo because there's no reason why we can ever experience pangingilo or dental hypersensitivity ever again.
During the launch called "Say No to Ngilo", Sensodyne introduced their brand ambassador, celebrity TV host Luis Manzano who himself had shared his personal experience with pangingilo. "I loved to eat ice cream, it's my ultimate favorite. I used to get sharp pains on my teeth a lot because of that until I've switched to using Sensodyne. Now, I can enjoy eating my favorite ice cream more because I no longer had to care about pangingilo," said Luis.
You too can say no to ngilo by regularly using Sensodyne. Sensodyne toothpaste is specifically made for people with sensitive teeth in mind. Sensodyne is available nationwide at your favorite stores and the sachet variants can also be purchased in sari-sari stores (retail stores) within your neighborhood.
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