10 doctors weighed in:

Docs can you explain, is there really a 'best' toothpaste?

10 doctors weighed in
Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
3 doctors agree

In brief: ADA seal

Toothpaste with American Dental Association (ADA) seal.
Any product with ADA SEAL is to prove safety and effectiveness of any oral product. To protect kids from fluoride-related problems, parents should treat toothpaste like any other harmful chemical, medication and keep it locked up when not in use and

In brief: ADA seal

Toothpaste with American Dental Association (ADA) seal.
Any product with ADA SEAL is to prove safety and effectiveness of any oral product. To protect kids from fluoride-related problems, parents should treat toothpaste like any other harmful chemical, medication and keep it locked up when not in use and
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Dr. Gary Sandler
Dentistry
3 doctors agree

In brief: Not really

There is no one universally agreed upon "best toothpaste" among dentists.
Ask your own dentist which one he\she recommends for you based upon your individual circumstances. There are special rx toothpastes for specific needs. Good oral hygiene with proper brushing and flossing after meals is the real key! (along with a health diet).

In brief: Not really

There is no one universally agreed upon "best toothpaste" among dentists.
Ask your own dentist which one he\she recommends for you based upon your individual circumstances. There are special rx toothpastes for specific needs. Good oral hygiene with proper brushing and flossing after meals is the real key! (along with a health diet).
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Dr. Mark Birnbach
Dentistry - Cosmetic
2 doctors agree

In brief: Toothpaste

Toothpastes help to clean teeth because they are abrasive.
They contain flavorings as well. Some contain Fluoride which can be an aid in reducing cavities. Bottom line- chose the one you'll use at least twice a day.

In brief: Toothpaste

Toothpastes help to clean teeth because they are abrasive.
They contain flavorings as well. Some contain Fluoride which can be an aid in reducing cavities. Bottom line- chose the one you'll use at least twice a day.
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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Lots of choices

It's a huge industry with lots of choices.
Look for products that have the American Dental Association Seal on the package which means the product performs as advertised. Ask your Dentist which toothpaste is best for you, everyone's different. And make sure kids use only a pea-sized portion of children's toothpaste for appropriate fluoride levels.

In brief: Lots of choices

It's a huge industry with lots of choices.
Look for products that have the American Dental Association Seal on the package which means the product performs as advertised. Ask your Dentist which toothpaste is best for you, everyone's different. And make sure kids use only a pea-sized portion of children's toothpaste for appropriate fluoride levels.
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In brief: Yes

I advise crest pro-health, or colgate total, both of these toothpaste have ingredients that can attach themselves (on a molecular level) for about eight hours!

In brief: Yes

I advise crest pro-health, or colgate total, both of these toothpaste have ingredients that can attach themselves (on a molecular level) for about eight hours!
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