Toothpaste doesn’t just help to clean away plaque and food particles, but it can also help to protect and whiten your teeth, too. …read moreSee less
We stock a wide selection of toothpaste, including whitening formulas, fluoride toothpaste, toothpaste suitable for children and toothpaste designed for sensitive teeth. These come from popular brands like Sensodyne, Colgate, Arm and Hammer, and many more, so you can find the perfect toothpaste to care for your teeth every day.
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How does fluoride toothpaste work?
When teeth grow, fluoride helps to prevent tooth decay by blending with the enamel, the hard coating on your teeth.
But it’s beneficial to adult teeth, too, by protecting your tooth enamel from harmful plaque and sugars.
What is the best whitening toothpaste?
Teeth whitening can be carried out at your dentist, or you can buy kits and other treatments to do yourself at home, which is a much more cost-effective option.
Some people find that using charcoal toothpaste on their teeth can promote a whitening effect, too.
We stock a range of whitening toothpastes, mouthwashes, powders, and electric toothbrushes to help you achieve your whitest smile.
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.