How to Know the Best Toothpaste for Brushing


Some of us are passive buyers, meaning we buy things because either they are trending or because we just want to, without knowing any meaningful information about it. 

Well, when it comes to oral hygiene we have to take it seriously, as a flop could mean we will walk around with bad breath, and an important task in maintaining that oral hygiene is choosing the right toothpaste.

We all use toothpaste (expect for those who still use chewing stick), the most popular brands being Closeup, Oral B and others, but can these popular brands of toothpaste be classified as the best for oral health?

What is the best toothpaste?

The most important ingredient in toothpaste is fluoride (fluorine compounds) that fights tooth decay. Besides, fluoride helps to replenish the lost minerals in your teeth. Therefore, you should pay attention to the concentration of fluoride when picking toothpaste: should be no less than 1350 and no more than 1500 ppm (an abbreviation of parts per million). Or in percentages: 0,13 – 0,15%.

Rather than listening to advertisements, we should read the ingredients either, who knows, the remedy to your bad breath may just be a change of tooth paste.

Also Note:

DO NOT RINSE YOUR MOUTH AFTER BRUSHING YOUR TEETH, If you don’t rinse, toothpaste will protect your teeth for longer period of time.

Stay Healthy, Stay Wise

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