23 Oct HOW TO CHOOSE A TOOTH PASTE?
Different types of microorganisms coexist in the oral cavity. To avoid that there are over growths of any bacteria are important hygiene and oral health.
The control of the oral plate requires a collaboration on the part of the patient, who meets it daily and several times a day for it to be effective. However, it is also necessary to know some technique for a good brushing.
The use of toothpaste accompanies oral brushing. The toothpaste contains properties that improve brushing and help our hygiene is superior.
Currently, the toothpaste that can prevent cavities is that with fluoride. Fluorine is found in concentrations of 250 to 5000 ppm (parts per million) of sodium fluoride. It is important to adapt the appropriate fluoride concentration to each patient according to the age of the patient and the risk of caries.
Toothpastes may contain, in addition to sodium fluoride, potassium nitrate. This reduces the conductivity of nerve fibers, thus decreasing tooth sensitivity. There are many types, for example bleaching, that contain substances that polish the surface of the tooth and eliminate extrinsic staining of the teeth.