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Before you put your toothpaste on the bristles of your toothbrush, it’s important to make sure you have the best toothpaste possible for your smile. The best way to find out is by checking to see if it is one of the following pastes:

Fluoride toothpaste

Fluoride toothpaste is the best option when it comes to toothpaste. This is because the fluoride in the paste nourishes and strengthens your teeth as well as protects them from tooth decay. If you want a strong, healthy, and protected smile, fluoride toothpaste is the best option for you.

Tartar control toothpaste

Tartar is a harmful substance that destroys your smile and attacks your gums. Tartar generally forms after the plaque on your teeth is left untreated. If the tartar is also left untreated, it could result in gum disease, which is a dangerous disease that could lead to loose and lost teeth. So, to help prevent the disease as well as control the tartar on your smile, tartar control toothpaste is a great option.

Sensitivity toothpaste

Tooth sensitivity is inconvenient and painful. It also keeps you from eating your favorite foods and drinking your favorite drinks at times. So, to make your teeth less sensitive, we strongly recommend sensitivity toothpaste. With the help of this toothpaste, the pathways leading to the nerves of your teeth will be blocked, freeing you from the sensitivity you experience.

Whitening toothpaste

If you are currently on the journey of achieving a whiter and brighter smile, whitening toothpaste is a great tool that can help you. The pastes don’t generally contain bleach; they contain an abrasive particle that polishes your teeth and frees your smile from stains. However, some whitening toothpastes do not have the ability to whiten the smile as well as clean it, so make sure the toothpaste you use does both jobs.

We care about you and your smile, so we want you to have the best tools possible that can help you have a top-notch oral health. So, if you have any questions about toothpaste or any other oral hygiene tool or technique, please feel free to call our office today and talk to a member of our wonderful dental team. We look forward to hearing from you!