Is Toothpaste Healthy?
Toothpastes are healthy for the simple reason that they help to protect the teeth and gum by helping remove dental plaque and food particles. A paste or gel is so essential to clean and preserve the health of teeth and gem. They also deliver active ingredients such as fluoride or xylitol that assist in the prevention of teeth and gum disease. Today, fluoride is the most popular ingredient in toothpaste to prevent cavities. Some of the chemicals contained in it are not good if swallowed which children often do during brushing. But then, you always spat out toothpaste after use.
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