Tooth Paste Guide
Toothpaste is an essential part of daily life. If you rise early in the morning, the first thing you look for is the toothpaste. But selecting a toothpaste is not as easy as you think. You see advertising on the TV and go to the shopping mall and buy the attractive offer or flavor of the toothpaste and then buy it. But if you want to take proper care of your teeth, you must choose the toothpaste wisely. Today I came up with some unique information about toothpaste and an infographic to show “Ultimate Toothpaste Guide: All You Need to Know to Maintain a Healthy Smile.”
What is Healthy Smile Means?
Healthy Smile means your teeth can be seen as clean and white. Your teeth will not contain any food particles or remnants of your last meal. The smell from your mouth should be odorless. We consider the odor or bad smelling breath, which is halitosis is the first and foremost important point of Healthy Smile.
Now that the market is flooded with so many toothpaste brands, it can be overwhelming to have to choose just one that you think is best for your oral health. You have to know how to tell them apart for they seem to be made equally. The common thing that consumers look for initially is the ADA or American Dental Association seal.
How do you truly determine which toothpaste brand is right for you? It helps to have an easy-to-read yet complete guide to know the most important information you need before choosing a brand. We have made things simple, by showing consumers how toothpaste products differ in terms of type, taste, fluoride content and additives.
It is easy to just pick a popular yet budget-friendly brand from the toothpaste aisle, but you get more value for your money if you pick the right one for your particular need. For instance, if you suffer from discoloration and sensitivity, it is best to use a product that can address these problems. If you’ve just gotten your teeth new braces, you would want to use a toothpaste that can help relieve pain and other discomforts.
We know you don’t have much time to scrutinize every toothpaste product in the market. You will surely find this infographic helpful in narrowing down your choices because you’ll see the types of toothpaste and pick the one that you need. It also shows the toxic ingredients found in some brands and hopefully not in your brand of choice. Check this out:
Ultimate Toothpaste Guide Infographic
Toothpaste or Toothpowder which one is best?
Before 1850 AD People use toothpaste that contains mixtures of chalk and flavored soap. Still today in India and Bangladesh, we use Colgate Toothpowder. Colgate® Toothpowder is in India with the power of 2 ingredients – calcium and minerals for stronger, healthier teeth. In Bangladesh, besides the Colgate, there is another toothpowder like Nimer Major by Sufia Chemicals, or Magic Toothpowder. They are all great flavored and well-reputed company.
Before Toothpaste What We Use?
Before Toothpaste era, we use to use our hands. In some Persian and Indian area, people use the branch of Neem to use as a “meswak.” Even in India with maintaining the aristocracy “Meswak” toothpaste company arises. People also use pumice and eggshells somewhere to keep their teeth white and clean.
Different Kinds of Toothpaste
There are different kinds of toothpaste in the world. This is based on the different formulation of different compounds of Toothpaste ingredients. Like all people of all ages do not require the same amount of fluoride. So Toothpaste company makes different toothpaste for different condition or age group.
This toothpaste mainly focuses on filling the cavity of teeth. This naturally tries to fill the diseased cavitation teeth with the ingredients.
Tartar Control Toothpaste
If you don’t know what Tartar is you should know that Plaque contains bacteria that cause cavities and gum disease. As plaque forms and is not detached by proper brushing and flossing, it can harden into tartar — sometimes called calculus — which is calcified (or hardened) plaque that attaches to the enamel on your teeth, as well as below the gum line. Toothpaste focuses mainly on removing the tartar.
Sensitive teeth are those who feel uncomfortable eating hot and cold. Their teeth gave some unpleasant sensation when the teeth got sudden exposed to heat and cold. Toothpaste which got sensitive formula protects the teeth against this sensitive tooth. You can view the below Colgate TVC to see how they work.
Antigingivitis Toothpaste formulation says it works. It prevents gingivitis. Gingivitis is a clinical condition of gums where inflammation of the gums occurs.
Whitening Toothpaste mainly focuses on cleaning and whitening your teeth. This kind of Toothpaste has more cleaning and whitening property than any other toothpaste.
Natural Toothpaste means that it comes from all the natural products. Like Neem, Bamboo, stevia extracts and much more.
Kids toothpaste is a little bit different. Because kids got difficulty to swallow or spit out the toothpaste. So the toothpaste made for kids is manufactured in such a way that they can be swallowed and digested. Children’s Formula Toothpaste contains less fluoride and more flavor for gaining the children’s attention.
The color of Toothpaste Facts
Have you ever wondered why classic toothpaste has stripes of three colors: white, blue, and red? It turns out that each stripe has different ingredients and purposes.
- Fluoride (white component) is the most valuable ingredient in toothpaste, containing substances that whiten the teeth and remove plaque.
- Blue (or green) aqua gel has antimicrobial and breath-freshening effects.
- The red gel was added later. It contains some crucial elements for healthy gums.
Dividing the toothpaste up with different colors isn’t necessary. It’s just a smart marketing strategy.
Toxic Ingredients you need to look for in Toothpaste
All ingredients added to toothpaste is not right. They are sometimes added to increase the shelf-life or pleasing use. But still there remains the health hazard if any toothpaste contains the below toxic materials in toothpaste, such as
- Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
- Artificial Sweetener
- Propylene Glycol