The Ultimate Toothpaste Guide
There are so many toothpastes claiming to whiten, strengthen, desensitize, and so on. We have broken down the best out there to eliminate confusion and get you on the right track for beautiful and healthy teeth & gums.
When it comes to whitening, only Manhattan Dental Spa truly understands the process of eliminating those unwanted stains and dark spots. After the procedure at MDS, it is important to continue to care for your teeth. Brush with Crest 3D White Radiant Mint Whitening Toothpaste for optimal results. This toothpaste uses an “enamel-safe teeth whitening ingredient as well as a unique formula that creates foaming action to clean, protect and gently whiten teeth.”http://crest.com/en-us/products/crest-3d-white-radiant-mint-whitening-toothpaste
During this time of year colder food options are all around us – ice cream, water ice, and fresh fruits. These cold items cause pain for sensitive teeth & gums due to the root structure of one of more teeth that are exposed. These teeth were once covered by gums but now the gm tissue has opened and the layer underneath (dentin) are connected to nerve endings that are constantly firing the pain sensor to your pain when connected with extreme temperatures. “Receding gums, tooth grinding, a diet high in acidic beverages, and overaggressive brushing can all leave dentin exposed.”http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/features/case-sensitive. For sensitive teeth, try Sensodyne – a trusted name by many dentists and oral care professionals.
3) Bad Breath
One of the worst things someone can say to you is that you need a tic tac. Bad breath, medically called halitosis can result from poor dental health habits and may be a sign of other health problems. If you are victim of malodorous breath, try TheraBreath Dentist Recommended Fresh Breath Dry Mouth Toothpaste. You may also want to schedule your general cleaning at Manhattan Dental Spa so our hygienists can give you a cleaning which helps keep your breath in check!