The Best Toothpaste for Braces
The “best brand” is a subjective concept that can mean different things to different people,
respectively. When seeking the best, we do want to look for specific products with needed
features / ingredients, and perhaps not just brands though some brands certainly carry top
selling products, like those of Colgate’s and Crest’s, to name just a couple. Oral-B is another
great one. All these brands might be okay for one purpose or another, each specializing in its
own appeal to oral health and approach to teeth whitening. So let’s not become so sole-focused
on just any one product or brand, and let’s diversify. After all, they all could be the “best
toothpaste out there”, in one form or another --- or to one person or another.
The best in terms of braces, then?
So let’s delve in one sub-topic here --- that of braces. We have perhaps had to wear them in our
lifetime and perhaps still do, to this day, only dreaming of the freedom that can be ours upon our
next orthopedic visit. Some of us already dream of the day in which braces are no longer
necessary, a dream some still wait upon for final fulfillment, a happy place for many of us. So,
then, finding the “best toothpaste/toothpaste brand for those wear braces” --- or will wear them
--- then, becomes no easy endeavor as this can mean different things.
Why a Specific Toothpaste for Braces?
Why use a great toothpaste for all your exclusive braces needs, you may ask?
A Few Starting Reasons:
First, your time is way too precious to spend all of it talking to tire kickers all day long. You need
a proven brand with expressed interest in your interests and tastes and, ultimately, selling out
your mouth on health --- and that sounds like a job for several! Hopefully, they can make it
happen and so much more!!!!
Second, it’s important to note the value behind aggressive --- and not just merely passive ---
brushing, especially if you wear braces. And with that said, when you get a toothpaste like that
behind your mouth’s action stage, it will put the magic where it belongs: In fact, its style and
taste in oral excellence, not to mention vast knowledge of it, will be everything you need to more
subliminally market to your audience as well --- be they party attendees’, network affiliates or
otherwise. In other words, whoever sees the progress in your smile, breath and more will be
inspired and will also hear of what you have to offer them.
Third, the right toothpaste, a great one in all aspects as they relate to your greatest dental
needs, can even offer that perfect opportunity to break the ice with sponsors, potential clients,
music lovers and all other parties involved. After all, a perfect smile and a fresh breath can
attract anyone --- that cute girl in the room staring at your flawless pearly whites, the busy CEO
who has been considering you for a promotion, anyone. Think big.
The Specifics - A Closer Look and Final Thoughts
In a nutshell, here are a few starting pointers of what you ought to look for in the best types of
toothpaste --- those best for your braces, anyways. Take this with a grain of salt and feel free to
do some additional research into the matter as well.
Anyhoo, start with a toothpaste that uses fluoride in some form or another. Why should you do
this? It’s simple.
Fluoride is known to make your teeth’s enamel stronger than it already is, and that’s a fact
backed by research and countless studies. It also prevents tooth decay and even reduces its
likeliness while not failing to minimize acid erosion damage often brought on by multiple types of
foods or drinks. Experts even recommend brushing a minimum of three times per day by means
of toothpaste that contains a good amount of fluoride. Your enamel will gradually thank you for
following such advice.
And for great toothpastes containing fluoride, it’s not hard to find one. It’s hard, perhaps, to
choose one, because there’s many great top selections to pick from among, so do choose
wisely here: Will it be Crest, Colgate, or another top seller? Also, both the ADA and CDA, for
instance, highly recommend Crest and Colgate as the two top leading brands, and this speaks
milestones to their testimony.
And if you use braces, you can use any of these household name products as they are also
gentle and sensitive on your teeth. They are made for this and more. They’re brace-friendly,
smile-friendly and ultimately teeth-friendly.
Also, remember that tartar control is no mere option when you’re out and about, seeking that
great new toothpaste for your braces --- in fact, it can make all the difference, so don’t go
without it. Does your toothpaste promote full tartar control and if not, why not? It better. Teens or
adults with braces will greatly benefit from a tartar-preventing toothpaste that will stop
periodontal disease and tooth decay dead in their tracks, before they even get a chance to
make their assault.
In addition, remember to stay clear of whitening products, for the sake of your braces, your
wallet and yourself! Many toothpastes, as you know, carry the specific goal of whitening your
teeth. This is no surprise. But, those wearing braces already contain ceramic or metal pieces
cemented to their teeth; these the toothpaste itself would not touch. Whitening products, then,
could uneven whitening and can even cause unhealthy enamel color-changing, so to speak, into
multiple unexpected colors.
So remember all these pointers and you should be on your way to oral victory! Take care of
those pearly whites, friend. They are the only ones God has given you in this lifetime, to have
and to hold forever. Take care of your teeth by taking care of your braces, and take care of your
braces by finding them the best toothpastes, those most sensitive to their delicate needs. And
watch one great smile lead to another, in time; shine on!