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Thursday, 28 August 2014

Which toothpaste suits your teeth the best?

Ever wonder of the toothpastes you buy? What classifies them as different?

There are many brand names available in the market but did you ever for a moment wonder which is the best suited for your set of teeth?

Well today at Texas Premier we wish to aware our dear clients of the different uses and purposes of toothpastes that are available in the market.

·Toothpastes with a high content of fluoride are effective for the treatment of teeth with a high probability of cavities. Toothpastes having sodium fluoride (NaF) are usually meant for the adults rather than young children. The high consistency of fluoride in them requires effective ability in the children to spit it out rather than swallowing the paste.

·Other toothpastes which are meant for tartar control also help in reducing the probability of tartar deposits on the teeth which harm the gum line. The paste is effective in reducing the presence of the tartar on the teeth. To reduce tartar below the gum line you require professional help. However increased use of the tartar concentrated paste could cause increased sensitivity to the tooth.

· The myth that baking soda removed stains has still not been proved. Rather than having a favorable taste there appears no significant proven result of using it.

· To treat chronic gingivitis and inflammation of gums different medicated tooth pastes are available in the market which should be used as per the consultation of your dentist.

· Whitening toothpaste consistency includes abrasive elements to whiten and brighten your teeth. Usually recommended for stain removals caused by excessive smoking, chewing tobacco and use of alcohol the concentration of these abrasive elements may cause the problem of soft tissue sores.

At Texas Premier our dentists and experts would guide you on the suitable toothpastes from the above and other categories best meant for your set of teeth.


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