Verity is a Physics with Teaching Bsc (Hons) graduate. In her spare time, she likes to cook, read and play video games.
Background and Important Information
This toothpaste claims to regenerate tooth enamel after 3 days of continuous use.
I do not have sensitive teeth, so I cannot attest as to whether this toothpaste reduces tooth sensitivity. I do, however, get self-conscious about transparent areas on my front teeth and yellowing around my gums. I quite often suffer from bleeding gums when I brush my teeth.
I ordered this travel-sized tube as a free sample, so I did not pay anything for this toothpaste. However, I was not sent this sample in return for a review, nor am I being paid or sponsored for this review. This review is my honest opinion.
How I Used This Toothpaste
I used this toothpaste as directed on the bottle and as shown in the picture below.
- I brushed with this toothpaste twice a day, upon waking up and before going to bed, for 2 minutes each time. The amount of toothpaste I used each time is shown in the picture below.
- I brushed using a manual toothbrush, not an electric one.
- This tube was able to provide me with 8 full days of continuous use.
The first 3 days of using this product, I was sceptical as I noted no changes. However, after day 4, I started noticing huge results:
- My transparent areas on my front two teeth became less transparent.
- The yellowing around my gums disappeared entirely.
- My teeth felt much more smooth.
- I noticed less plaque buildup around crowded teeth.
- My gums stopped bleeding when I brushed them.
I was very surprised to see results so suddenly. I was also surprised at how noticeable these results were, and they made me much more proud of my smile and much less self-conscious of my teeth.
Important Points to Note
The experience of brushing with this toothpaste is unusual, but not unpleasant. As shown in the picture above, this toothpaste shimmers in the light and seems to almost be glittery, but this effect does not last once the toothpaste lathers in the mouth.
This toothpaste is very thick. Most kinds of toothpaste apply more like a cream and lather straight away. Regenerate Enamel Science Advanced Toothpaste applies like a very thick paste and takes about 5–6 seconds of hard brushing to begin to lather up.
This toothpaste also warms up as it lathers. It does not get hot or unpleasant; however, the change in temperature is noticeable with the tongue and gums. After 30 seconds of brushing, the toothpaste cools back down to the temperature of the mouth.
The minty taste is not overbearing but leaves a clean feeling (a bit like a palate cleanser) that lasts a long time.
Conclusion: An Effective Toothpaste
In conclusion, though I cannot comment on whether Regenerate Enamel Science Advanced Toothpaste makes teeth less sensitive, I can attest to the fact that after 3 days it left my teeth whiter and brighter, reduced bleeding gums and plaque buildup, and gave me a more confident smile.
I would definitely recommend this toothpaste!
What Do You Think?
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
Questions & Answers
Question: How can you get a sample of regenerate enamel science advanced toothpaste?
Answer: I am an email subscriber to a list of websites that search the web for freebies, samples and competitions. I got this specific sample from one of those places, sadly I cannot remember which one. I cannot even remember them all off the top of my head, and some of them are UK only.
If you do a google search, I am sure that you will be able to find websites that offer the same information for your area. I would recommend setting up an email address specifically for this, as you can end up receiving a lot of emails in one day. But it is worth it!
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Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on April 07, 2018:
I use Biotin products for dry mouth due to Sjogren's Syndrome, an autoimune disease. However, this toothpaste sounds like it is very good. I think writing about your personal experience is great, as I never heard of this before. Good article.