Going on a Toothpaste Search
Date: August 15, 2012 Richard Jones


Brushing your teeth on a regular basis is one of the most important things you can do to achieve good oral health. Combined with regular visits to the dentist, taking care of your teeth with regular tooth brushing can ensure that you will enjoy healthy and great-looking smiles for a longer period of time, without worrying about dental problems.

Proper tooth brushing techniques are essential in cleaning the surfaces of the teeth (and other parts of the oral cavity). The right kind of toothpaste also has a significant impact on the overall effectiveness of regular tooth brushing – and can ensure that you get the most benefits out of the toothpaste product that you are using.

Toothpaste Options for Specific Dental Hygiene Needs

It is convenient to just use any type of toothpaste that is readily available; however, taking the time to consider a few factors in your toothpaste search can ensure that you reap the most benefits out of the entire tooth brushing experience. There is a multitude of toothpaste options available nowadays, with each one aimed at addressing specific dental concerns. Choosing the right kind of toothpaste according to your specific dental hygiene needs will elevate the tooth brushing experience to one that will give you the best value for your money, and at the same time gives you the most benefits.

Fluoride Toothpaste – Fluoride is a mineral that makes the tooth enamel stronger and less susceptible to damage caused by acids; it can also re-mineralize the areas of the teeth that have already been minimally decayed. Ensuring that your toothpaste has fluoride will go a long way in protecting your teeth from damage. Colgate Duraphat 2800ppm Fluoride Toothpaste, and Retardex Toothpaste with Fluoride are products that have high fluoride content.

Sensitive Teeth Toothpaste – Toothpaste for sensitive teeth can help ease the discomfort experienced by those with sensitive teeth; these products work by reducing tooth sensitivity through blocking the nerve-to-tooth pathways. Sensitive teeth toothpaste can gradually decrease the teeth sensitivity, so changes in temperature (for example, drinking hot or cold beverages) do not result to excruciating pain. Options for sensitive teeth toothpaste include Colgate® Sensitive Pro-Relief™ Toothpaste, and Sensodyne Repair & Protect.

Tartar Control Toothpaste – Tartar is the difficult to remove, hard deposit of plaque that has hardened on the surface of teeth. Tartar control toothpastes (such as Colgate Tartar Control Toothpaste, or Aquafresh Multi-Action Tartar Control Toothpaste) contain ingredients that can help in preventing the build-up of tartar on teeth surfaces, and may also contain antibiotics to kill harmful mouth bacteria.

Whitening ToothpasteTeeth whitening toothpastes usually contain ingredients that bind stains, or polish the teeth, so that teeth surfaces look brighter and whiter. Whitening toothpaste options include Colgate Advanced Whitening Toothpaste, as well as Arm & Hammer Extra Whitening Brilliant Sparkle Toothpaste.

What kind of toothpaste do you use? Are you satisfied with the results that you get from your toothpaste? Please LEAVE A REPLY below, and share your experiences and comments with us!
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