What to Look for in Toothpaste

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    To help you properly take care of your smile each day, our [practice_name] team recommends that you use the best toothpaste that will help you achieve the results you are looking for. There are many types of toothpaste in the world today, and we suggest choosing to use one or more of the following options:

    Fluoride toothpaste.

    Fluoride is one of the most common ingredients you’ll find in toothpaste, which is a good thing. Fluoride is a beneficial nutrient that strengthens your tooth enamel, nourishes your chompers, and prevents tooth decay.

    Anti-gingivitis toothpaste.

    Anti-gingivitis toothpaste is beneficial to those who have fallen victim to gum disease. If you are one of those people, this paste is the best option for you. This paste can reduce the oral bacteria and it can stop the disease from progressing into the later stages.

    Desensitizing toothpaste.

    If you are one who has extremely sensitive teeth, so much that you can no longer enjoy hot or cold foods or drinks, then desensitizing toothpaste may be the best option for you. This paste successfully blocks the pathways that lead to the nerves of your teeth, which will help reduce the sensitivity.

    Tartar-control toothpaste.

    Tartar-control toothpaste is a great tool to use when you’re trying to prevent gum disease. This paste controls tartar and plaque buildup and it reduces your chances of falling victim to gingivitis. However, please remember that this toothpaste does not replace your dental cleaning treatment.

    No matter which paste you choose, please make sure that it has been approved by the American Dental Association. This seal of approval will prove that the toothpaste is a safe and effective option. To learn more about toothpaste in [city], [state], call [phone] today! Dr. [doctor_name] and our [practice_name] dental team will be more than happy to assist you!

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