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Do you ever wonder what type of toothpaste is best for you? Did you know that some toothpastes are designed to meet different needs? For example, some toothpastes are designed to taste good—mostly to help children—and others are intended specifically for fighting tartar. But, do you know which toothpaste is right for you? We’re happy to offer you a little information to help you decide:

Fighting Decay: When you are deciding on the best toothpaste for you, make sure you find one with fluoride. Fluoride is a mineral that can frequently be found in drinking water and in many foods. Fluoride can protect your teeth by making your enamel stronger and reversing the early effects of decay. Even if you live in an area rich in fluoride, choosing toothpaste with fluoride will still benefit you.

Brightening your Smile: Some toothpastes are specifically designed to whiten teeth. Unlike the gel used in a whitening you might receive from a dentist, whitening toothpaste don’t usually contain bleach. Instead, this toothpaste binds to stains and pulls them from the surface. If you are concerned with the health complications of whitening toothpaste, we have good news. Scientists have discovered that whitening toothpastes are just as safe as other toothpastes.

Helping Sensitive Teeth: There are toothpastes formulated to help i with sensitive teeth. Within four weeks, you should feel the pain from your sensitive teeth subside. With continuing application, these toothpastes can provide continuing relief.

We invite you to contact us soon if you are interested in learning more about the toothpaste that could be the best for you.