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We have treatment options that can be used to ease a range of oral problems like mouth ulcers, cold sores, toothache and oral thrush, in a variety of cream and gel formulas. Additionally, we have mouthwashes that can treat gum disease, gingivitis or dry mouth, so you can smile with confidence.
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What causes halitosis?
Halitosis is an oral health issue whose main symptom is bad breath.
It’s caused by bacteria on the tongue and back of the throat; certain foods may trigger it, especially ones that make your mouth dry.
But it can also be caused by poor oral hygiene and smoking.
What is the best mouthwash for bad breath?
We’ve got a range of products to help you get rid of bad breath, so you can face the world with more confidence.
You’ll first want to look for a product that removes bacteria, as it could be the contributor to your bad breath.
Also, look for a mouthwash that specifically promotes breath freshness, like Dentyl Active Ph Smooth Mint Mouthwash.
What is the best toothpaste for gum disease?
Bleeding gums isn’t normal, so it’s important to take action against it.
If you have bleeding gums, the typical cause will be the buildup of plaque, which can cause gum disease if left untreated.
One of the best toothpaste for gum disease is Corsodyl, which is clinically proven to help stop and prevent bleeding gums by using sodium bicarbonate to make the plaque easier to remove.
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.