Saturday, March 29, 2014

GSK commits to provide every Filipino the weapon to fight sensitivity

I noticed that I actually have a sensitive teeth after giving birth to my first child. I immediately visited my Dentist and found out that it is because of the pregnancy gingivitis, it is because of the changes in the production of sex hormones by the body that make the gum and teeth more sensitive. According to my Dentist, the best way to avoid gum problems is to know the proper brushing and flossing. That's the time I started using Sensodyne.

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), in collaboration with the Philippine Dental association (PDA), is starting an advocacy to fight against sensitive teeth/pangingilo in the “Say No to Ngilo” Campaign. This commitment offers information campaign and proactive efforts to improve oral health care in the country, including the help of 2,000 Dentists who have committed to fight against dentine hypersensitivity through educating their patients on proper oral hygiene and using effective tools to combat pangingilo.

The event was hosted by actress/host Angel Jacob.

Gsk also launched Sensodyne sachets for only Php10 to drive accessibility and affordability for the solution to pangingilo.

According to Luis Manzano, Campaign advocate, sometimes, during meetings and socializing, his enjoyment is cut short because of pangingilo. He just endure the pain. But when he started using Sensodyne, he don't worry anymore about his sensitive teeth. He even enjoys his favorite drinks and could anything he wants. No more pagtitiis, no more pangingilo.
Sensodyne is committed to create a future where every Filipino is sensitive-free. It is recommended by dentists, and provides clinically proven relief and protection for sensitive teeth.

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