Toothpastes are generally useful to maintain dental health and prevent dental diseases.
A good toothpaste is responsible for our dental health. But finding one is a difficult task today as many brands claim different levels of efficacy. Some concentrate on freshness, some on sensitivity while some on whiteness.
Consumer VOICE has tested various brands of toothpastes on parameters like presence of nicotine and heavy metals, microbiological contamination, fluoride ion, fineness, foaming power etc.
With so many brands and types of toothpaste in the market, and with as many advertising claims, it can be a daunting task to choose the right one.
There were times when you heard the word charcoal, you thought of the old charcoal stoves on which your grandmothers used to cook food.
When you want to buy toothpaste from the market, you will come across different types of toothpastes offered by different brands.
With time, medical science innovations are increasing at a rapid pace. One of the innovations of medical science that has got a lot of attention lately is the invention of medicated toothpastes.
Have you ever wondered what the ingredients of your toothpaste are? Do you know why most food items taste bitter after brushing your teeth? Is it possible that some of the ingredients in the toothpaste are harmful even?
Everyone dreams of having pearly white teeth that are perfectly aligned and make us more beautiful. Unfortunately, most of us don’t have near perfect teeth,andthis compels us to rely on everything that promises to help, be it the baking soda or whitening toothpaste.
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