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The Toothpaste Buying Guide

Posted on 9/10/2016 by Robert Leale
A woman about to brush her teeth with toothpaste on it.If you are anything like us, it can be a bit overwhelming to walk down the toothpaste aisle at the grocery store. There are so many different choices and they all claim to be the best.

So what is the truth of it, which one should you buy? It's best to boil down the contenders by determining what your needs are and then looking at the options that best support your needs.

Think of toothpaste like you think of cars - sure they all usually are able to get you where you are going, but some of them are better suited for special purposes and conditions than others.

The Stuff You Want for Sure
People often wonder if there is an option that they definitely can't do without, and to those people we usually respond, "fluoride!". If you are looking for the most helpful ingredient in dental products today, you are probably looking for fluoride. Apart from fluoride, there are still a bunch of options so your choice will depend on what you are looking for.

Baking soda toothpastes are great for removing stains on the surface of the teeth. Many people enjoy baking soda toothpastes because they give a distinctly clean feeling and they are pretty good at dealing with sensitive gums because they are less abrasive.

Tartar control

Many toothpastes are great for people who have had issues in the past with tooth decay and cavities. When tartar and plaque are allowed to buildup on teeth they can easily form weak spots that will eventually become cavities on the surface of the tooth. These toothpastes are specially designed to fight that buildup and leave your mouth tartar free.

Smoker's toothpaste is specially designed to removed tar and nicotine stains from teeth.

Sensitive teeth

Their are toothpastes for people who experience a significant amount of discomfort from temperature variations in their teeth.

Please contact us if you have any questions about you toothpaste.

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