Objectives: Dentin hypersensitivity (DH) is mainly due to the loss and replenishment of minerals from tooth structure, where the lost minerals can be rehabilitated with a biomimetic approach. The objectives were to determine the relative dentin abrasivity (RDA) of experimental (EXT) dentifrices and to determine the efficacy to occlude dentinal tubules.Materials And Methods: Experimental dentifrices contained nano-fluoridated bioactive glass (n-FBG: 1. 5 wt.% [EXT-A], 2.5 wt.% [EXT-B], and 3.5 wt.% [EXT-C]), nano-zinc oxide (n-ZnO), and thymoquinone as active agents. Bovine dentin blocks were subjected to brushing treatments as per groups, that is, distilled water; commercial dentifrice (control, CT); EXT toothpastes; and EXT-D without active agents. Samples were tested for three-dimensional (3D) abrasion analysis according to ISO-11609:2010 (International Organization for Standardization [ISO]). The roughness average (Ra), RDA, surface topography, and elemental compositions were investigated.Statistical Analysis: One-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) with post-hoc Tukey's and Tamhane's test was performed for characterizations using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 21. The result was considered significant with -value ≤ 0.05.Results: Comparisons of Ra differed significantly between all groups with < 0.05 except CT and EXT-A. The RDA values of EXT-A, EXT-B, and EXT-C were calculated as 74.04, 84.26, and 116.24, respectively, which were well within the acceptable limit set by international standards. All n-FBG containing dentifrices demonstrated uniform occlusion of dentinal tubules; however, highly concentrated EXT dentifrices showed more occlusion.Conclusions: Acceptable range of RDA and superior occlusion of tubules by novel dentifrices suggest that it may be recommended for treating DH.