CREST TOOTHPASTE Glamorous White 3D Crest White Luxe (4)

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CREST TOOTHPASTE Glamorous White 3D Crest White Luxe (4)

CREST TOOTHPASTE Glamorous White 3D Crest White Luxe (4)

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Here's a review from one user who has noticed their gums are healthier and teeth whiter: “Brilliant toothpaste, makes so much difference to my normally bleeding gums. Now I wake up without the blood taste in my mouth. Also it made my teeth look whiter too. And it has got natural ingredients, which is a big bonus.” AloeDent Whitening toothpaste Fasig, Lisa Biank (2007-04-09). "P&G hopes rinse effect won't wash away sales". Cincinnati Business Courier. The company's Crest Pro-Health Rinse, launched with much promise in April 2005, is discoloring the teeth of about 3 percent of its users, the company said because it is doing its job. Professional bleaching: You can also visit a dentist to get your teeth whitened professionally. Custom trays are made to fit your teeth and are then used to apply a professional grade tooth whitening gel, meaning that it's stronger than anything you can get at home. You have to go to the dentist to get your trays made and to receive your gel, but the actual procedure is done in the comfort of your home, sometimes overnight. You can ask your dentist about all of your options. If you've experienced sensitivity when using other whitening toothpastes (or just have sensitive teeth in general), give Sensodyne a try before you give up completely on a whiter smile. “After only one use the pain from my sensitive tooth was gone. Deffinately wont be using any other toothpaste from now on,” is the testimony from one happy customer.

Activated charcoal and some other types of abrasive showed some, less significant, whitening effect. Crest products are made in North America according to Procter & Gamble. [10] Their main manufacturing plant is located in Greensboro, NC. A few products are manufactured in Guanajuato, Mexico. [11] Product line [ edit ] Whitening toothpaste may look much like any other toothpaste, but there are some key ingredients which make all the difference. It's good to understand a bit about these so you know exactly what you're putting in your mouth when you brush.

Crest was introduced in the United States as "Fluoristan" in 1954, as it contained stannous fluoride. In 1955, the name of the product was changed to "Crest with Fluoristan." [3] [4] [5] The composition of the toothpaste had been developed by Joseph C. Muhler, Harry Day, and William H. Nebergall at Indiana University, and was patented by Nebergall. Procter & Gamble paid royalties from use of the patent and thus financed a new dental research institute at this university ("The House that Crest built"). [6] [7] The active ingredient of Crest was changed in 1981 to sodium fluoride, or "Fluoristat", which it uses today as "Dentifrice with Fluoristat"; Crest Pro-Health uses stannous fluoride again and an abrasive whitener together called "Polyfluorite". Crest is accepted by the American Dental Association (ADA), [8] [9] as well as by equivalent dental associations in other countries. If you are looking for stronger and longer-lasting results, consider a home whitening kit like Smile White. Results are guaranteed with a two-week treatment course and it's a lot cheaper than visiting the dentist.

Crest Toothpaste Safe" (Press release). Procter & Gamble. Archived from the original on 2018-01-31 . Retrieved 2020-03-13. Smith, Stephen P. (2003). America's greatest brands. Vol.2. American Brands Council. p.46. ISBN 9780970686015 . Retrieved 2016-05-18.In 1976, the American Chemical Society names Crest with fluoride one of the greatest discoveries in the past 100 years. [23] Get your teeth looking squeaky clean with our range of toothpaste. Maintaining good dental health is essential and we’ve got everything from fluoride-free toothpaste to mouthwash, dental floss and more to keep your teeth in top shape. Then, we move on to Colgate's more premium Max White range. All of these are whitening fluoride toothpastes which contain hydrogen peroxide as the main whitening ingredient: Sewell, Dan (May 7, 2008). "P&G's Pro-Health rinse draws complaints". WTVD-TV. Associated Press. Archived from the original on June 30, 2016. Brinker said P&G doesn't see a need for a warning label because the number of those affected is very small. Harry G. Day: Development of Chemistry at Indiana University in Bloomington 1829–1991, Bloomington 1992, pp. 355, 463–71

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