Feeling DISCOMFORT from YOUR TEETH?
If you experience discomfort from your teeth while eating or drinking certain foods or drinks, you could qualify for this study. We are evaluating how the daily use of a popular sensitivity toothpaste could improve oral health-related quality of life. Participants will be sent the toothpaste at no charge at the start of the trial and compensated for their participation.
Fill Out the Form Below To Register
Your answers will be recorded, but your information will only be used for the purposes of this study.
What Will I Have To Do?
Fill Out Our Form
Fill out the questionnaire above to do the basic qualification assessment pre-screener.
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If you qualify with the pre-screener, be on the lookout for an invitation to take the next steps including filling out the e-consent form and taking an additional questionnaire.
Be PArt Of It
If qualified, you’re in! Use the toothpaste provided according to the instructions on the packaging and share your feedback over the 24-week study.
Frequently Asked Questions
The purpose of this study is to understand the impact and benefits of an anti-sensitivity toothpaste on oral health related quality of life for people with sensitive teeth.
Participants will need to use the toothpaste every day for 24 weeks and complete surveys about their experiences during this time.
By using the toothpaste according to the instructions on the packaging, you could see a reduction in tooth sensitivity and an improvement in your oral-health related quality of life.
No, participants will never pay anything to take part in the study. The study toothpaste is provided at no cost, and participants are eligible to receive up to $180 in compensation for your time and participation.
Participation is completely voluntary and can be ended at any time.
The toothpaste used in this study is currently sold in the US. It contains only standard dental product ingredients with a history of safe use, and complies with the American Dental Association (ADA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) guidelines for daily-use toothpastes.
Yes. Your personal and health information will only be used for the purposes of the study and is never shared with unauthorized 3rd parties.