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Toothpaste

Our toothpaste class of Dental-Oral products are used protect against tooth and gum disease, and help repair and desensitise teeth to reduce pain.

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Our toothpaste class of Dental-Oral products are used protect against tooth and gum disease, and help repair and desensitise teeth to reduce pain.

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. NovaMin or the product name, e.g. Sensodyne Repair & Protect Toothpaste
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Oral hygiene 

Good oral hygiene is essential to keep the mouth and teeth clean and free from the effects of food debris that can encourage bacterial growth, leading to plaque formation.  Practicing regular oral hygiene prevents the formation of dental caries (cavities), gingivitis (gum inflammation), halitosis (bad smelling breath), tooth staining and dentinal hypersensitivity (tooth sensitivity), which can cause severe pain.  Brushing teeth is an effective way of mechanical cleaning and using toothpaste provides essential ingredients to strengthen and protect teeth, as well as cleaning.  Using a mouthwash and flossing between teeth also helps improve oral hygiene. 

What is toothpaste?

Toothpaste is also known as a dentifrice in a powder, paste or gel form.  It contains various therapeutic ingredients for cleaning and protecting teeth and gums and may also contain cosmetic ingredients for enhancing the appearance of teeth, such as whitening agents.  Toothpaste of some form has been used throughout history and its use for teeth cleaning can be dated back to Egyptian times.  The first commercial preparation of toothpaste was launched in the late 19th century and since then the formula and ingredients have been continually improved on to address specific conditions like tooth decay, gum disease and sensitive teeth. 

What does toothpaste contain?

Most toothpastes contain abrasives to help clean and polish teeth, detergents to create foam that helps loosen plaque and other debris from teeth, binding agents to keep the ingredients from separating, humectants to keep the toothpaste soft and prevent it hardening, flavouring and sweetening agents, and preservatives. 

Additional ingredients that are therapeutic agents include:

  • fluoride, which strengthens tooth enamel and helps prevent enamel erosion by promoting mineralisation
  • antibacterial agents to help prevent plaque formation and gingivitis
  • desensitising agents for sensitive teeth
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Oral hygiene 

Good oral hygiene is essential to keep the mouth and teeth clean and free from the effects of food debris that can encourage bacterial growth, leading to plaque formation.  Practicing regular oral hygiene prevents the formation of dental caries (cavities), gingivitis (gum inflammation), halitosis (bad smelling breath), tooth staining and dentinal hypersensitivity (tooth sensitivity), which can cause severe pain.  Brushing teeth is an effective way of mechanical cleaning and using toothpaste provides essential ingredients to strengthen and protect teeth, as well as cleaning.  Using a mouthwash and flossing between teeth also helps improve oral hygiene. 

What is toothpaste?

Toothpaste is also known as a dentifrice in a powder, paste or gel form.  It contains various therapeutic ingredients for cleaning and protecting teeth and gums and may also contain cosmetic ingredients for enhancing the appearance of teeth, such as whitening agents.  Toothpaste of some form has been used throughout history and its use for teeth cleaning can be dated back to Egyptian times.  The first commercial preparation of toothpaste was launched in the late 19th century and since then the formula and ingredients have been continually improved on to address specific conditions like tooth decay, gum disease and sensitive teeth. 

What does toothpaste contain?

Most toothpastes contain abrasives to help clean and polish teeth, detergents to create foam that helps loosen plaque and other debris from teeth, binding agents to keep the ingredients from separating, humectants to keep the toothpaste soft and prevent it hardening, flavouring and sweetening agents, and preservatives. 

Additional ingredients that are therapeutic agents include:

  • fluoride, which strengthens tooth enamel and helps prevent enamel erosion by promoting mineralisation
  • antibacterial agents to help prevent plaque formation and gingivitis
  • desensitising agents for sensitive teeth
...Read more

Toothpaste
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