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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Children aged between three and six should use a pea-sized squeeze of toothpaste.
6 Encourage them to spit out excess toothpaste but not to rinse with lots of water as this will wash away the fluoride and reduce its benefits.
Having a low-foaming toothpaste means that we are able to formulate an effective toothpaste that contains no synthetic foaming detergents.
This toothpaste leaves my mouth feeling clean and not medicated.
The woman did so to obtain the ministry's permission to advertise a toothpaste that was not granted permission earlier, said records.
Of course, you can always use fluoride-free toothpaste, but baking soda is a very convenient, cheap, and natural alternative to regular toothpaste.
Their analysis of the combined data found a 22 percent reduction in plaque, a 22 percent reduction in gingivitis, a 48 percent reduction in bleeding gums, and a 5 percent reduction in tooth decay (cavities) compared to toothpaste with fluoride alone.
u1/4 Flavouring agents/artificial sweeteners A[degrees] like saccharin, mint and bubblegum are added to toothpaste to make them taste better.
As argued by Sanderson, brushing does not always happen; the 2009 New Zealand Oral Health Survey showed only two in three adults and only 43 per cent of two to 17-year-olds brushed their teeth twice daily with fluoride toothpaste.
Before shelling out on expensive teeth whitening, I decided to try Blanx''s White Shock, pictured, a whitening toothpaste with a difference.
Get sparkly clean teeth with the Macleans toothbrush and toothpaste in any Scottish Semichem store today.
Sensitive toothpaste is the fastest-growing sector in the [pounds sterling]348.