Toothpaste

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Toothpaste CATEGORY DESCRIPTION

Toothpastes typically contain fluoride and a mild abrasive bound together with thickeners, along with sweeteners, stabilizers, and flavors. While tartar can be properly removed only with in-office cleanings, most toothpastes contain a tartar suspension agent, enabling reduction of tartar build-up with regular brushing

Among the wide variety of specialty products are desensitizing toothpastes, which are formulated to block dentine tubules and may contain xylitol (to inhibit plaque bacteria), soluble calcium, and nanosized calcite to seal exposed dentin. These dentifrices typically have a higher pH than their in-office counterparts, and most add a potassium salt or strontium salt to reduce dentinal tubule flow, block nerve response, or both. Also available are alcohol- and sodium lauryl sulfate-free toothpastes for individuals with dry mouth, and toothpastes marketed as natural, most of which are fluoride-free.

While actual whitening requires the use of a bleaching agent, whitening toothpastes can improve tooth appearance by removing surface stains with gentle polishing, chemical chelation, or nonbleaching actions.

Toothpastes formulated for children contain fluoride and abrasives, with low-fluoride formulas recommended for children 18 months to 6 years of age to prevent fluorosis. These products often feature flavors, colors, and packaging designed to motivate brushing.

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Power White Deep Stain Eraser toothpaste combines active dental peroxide, fluoride, and gentle cleansing ingredients for whiter, stronger...
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With the proven protection of fluoride, Sensodyne is the only desensitizing toothpaste with 7 forms and flavors to keep teeth sparkling ...
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Unlike fluoride based toothpastes, Theodent Classic is not harmful if swallowed, which makes it an ideal product to be enjoyed by...
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Dental-grade baking soda particles dissolve to clean deep in microscopic crevices on the tooth surface. Arm & Hammer toothpaste is...
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Clinpro 5000 1.1% Sodium Fluoride Anti-Cavity toothpaste from 3M ESPE is a prescription-strength toothpaste that delivers more fluoride...
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Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection fights tartar, removes plaque, promotes healthy gums, and whitens teeth for a healthier smile. With...
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iso-active has a revolutionary delivery system that disperses active ingredients quickly, penetrating hard-to-reach areas of the mouth....
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Baby Orajel Tooth and Gum Cleanser is specially formulated to be a safe and effective way to care for baby gums and first teeth. ...
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Low-abrasion, non-staining, and fluoride-free, CTx3 is indicated for patients with active caries and those at low, moderate, and high...
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Provides baking soda plus peroxide Gently cleans away surface stains for a clean, white, healthy smile Penetrates tiny crevices to clean...
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Fluoride anti-cavity toothpaste Tartar control Fresh mint Removes up to five times more plaque than ordinary toothpaste Micro-polishers...
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Fluoride formula with Liquid Calcium® (ACP Technology) that fills crevices to rebuild and strengthen enamel weakened by acidic foods and...

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