Colgate believes in the power of a smile. Here you’ll find a range of toothbrushes, toothpastes and mouthwashes to keep your mouth healthy and fresh. …read moreSee less
Whether you’re looking to whiten your teeth, reduce tooth sensitivity or even buy your child’s first toothbrush! Colgate has everything you need to maintain you and your family’s oral health.
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What causes oral and dental pain?
Oral and dental pain, which includes toothache and teething, can be caused by a number of different conditions.
- Tooth decay
- A cracked or damaged tooth
- A loose or broken filling
- A dental abscess
- An infection - such as a wisdom tooth not being able to fully come through the gum
- Poorly fitting braces or dentures
If you are unsure what is causing pain and discomfort, speak to a dentist for advice and information.
Can toothache be prevented?
Toothache can be prevented by making sure that your teeth and gums are kept as healthy as possible.
This can be done by:
- Going to the dentist regularly
- Reducing your sugar intake
- Brushing your teeth twice a day using a fluoride toothpaste
- Use dental floss or an interdental brush daily for extra dirt and plaque removal
Why do we need toothpaste?
The buildup of plaque is the main cause of cavities and gum disease; if this is not removed, it hardens, forming tartar, which is an ideal place for bacteria to grow.
Toothpaste is not necessary for clean teeth - but there are many benefits of using toothpaste, other than cleaning your teeth, like helping to prevent you from developing tooth decay and gingivitis.
What is the best toothpaste for sensitive teeth?
If your sensitive teeth are stopping you from enjoying the food you love, try Sensodyne, a toothpaste specially made with your sensitive teeth in mind.
This toothpaste contains potassium nitrate and stannous fluoride, which works to protect the nerves inside your teeth and stop them from sending pain signals when you consume something hot or cold.