• By 1300SMILES Densits
  • March 9, 2021

Does just the thought of eating or drinking something hot or cold make your mouth hurt?

Well, you are not alone, tooth sensitivity is common and can be caused by a multitude of things such as diet or even oral trauma, however, no two cases are the same and for more complex problems diagnosis by dental professionals is required.

However, you can take actions to improve the health of affected teeth and minimise your sensitivity you can do this by incorporating Tooth Mousse into your regular oral health routine.

So, if you are wanting to get back to enjoying your hot and cold food and beverages without the pain keep reading!

After becoming a regular user of GC Tooth Mousse Plus (TMP),  participants no longer felt that their fate was to have a vulnerable mouth (and all its consequences), as they were able to achieve tangible lifestyle changes…Participants realised that their dental history had changed: their teeth were stronger, less sensitive and did not require frequent restorations. – (Sbaraini, Adams & Reynolds, 2021)

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 What is Tooth Mousse?

Tooth Mousse comes in various forms like a flavoured crème or soluble tablets and is used to primarily rehabilitate teeth. Tooth Mousse contains phosphate and calcium which are the main ingredients your teeth are made up of. Once applied to the affect tooth or teeth the Mousse acts as a buffer or protective layer between your teeth harmful bacteria and acidic foods or drinks.

How to use Tooth Mousse

The best way to use Tooth Mousse is to incorporate it as a part of your entire oral health care routine.

  1. Brushing
  2. Flossing
  3. Mouth Wash
  4. Tooth Mousse

By brushing twice, a day with a toothpaste designed for sensitive teeth you will remove harmful bacteria that harbours on the surface of your teeth, it is important to use a toothpaste designed for sensitive teeth such as Colgate sensitive or Sensodyne. Flossing will remove the harmful bacteria that your brush is just not able to reach in-between your teeth, this will prevent harmful bacteria from causing more harm to the affected tooth. By using mouthwash after your brushing and flossing you will remove any reaming bacteria or left in your mouth, similarly to toothpaste it is important to select a mouthwash for sensitive teeth such as Listerine sensitivity mouthwash.

To finish off your routine take a pea-sized amount of your Tooth Mousse and gently apply it on the affected tooth, the moose will provide your tooth with essential minerals required to strengthen and protect it, is recommended that you use tooth moose before bed allowing it time to sit on the affected area for longer.

 What are the benefits of tooth mousse?

Tooth Mousse is great for sufferers of sensitive teeth however also has the following benefits for general oral health.

  • Can repair teeth in the early stages of decay
  • Protects teeth against sensitivity
  • Replenish essential minerals (Calcium & Phosphate)
  • Buffers dental plaque acid from bacteria in the mouth


All in all, Tooth Mousse is an excellent way for you to protect your sensitive teeth and get back to enjoying food and drinks sooner no matter if they are hot or cold. However, Tooth Mousse is not a miracle cure, if your sensitivity is to extreme and the tooth mouse is not helping it is always recommended you see a Dentist.

But hopefully, it never gets to that stage and you stop sensitivity at the source before it gets out of control.

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