dentifrice


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dentifrice

any substance, esp paste or powder, for use in cleaning the teeth

dentifrice

[′den·tə·fris]
(food engineering)
A paste, powder, or liquid preparation used to clean teeth.
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For this study, the definition of potentially available fluoride from dentifrice is: the amount of fluoride ion that becomes available in the oral cavity during and after tooth brushing with a fluoridated dentifrice.
As a result of the practice of water fluoridation in some countries, the level of fluoride in dentifrices in such countries may not be as high as the level approved in Nigeria and that is because water fluoridation already serves as a means of fluoride supply to individuals, thus fluoride levels in toothpastes are not expected to be as high in such countries since this can lead to fluorosis.
In addition to brushing and/or rinsing with botanical-fortified dentifrices (preparations for cleaning the teeth), supplementation with vitamin C may also help support gingival health.
NOW WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF CREST PRO-HEALTH TOOTHPASTE, WE ARE LAUNCHING THE NEXT GENERATION IN TOOTHPASTE TECHNOLOGY THAT ALLOWS CONSUMERS TO GET ADVANCED ORAL HEALTH AND WHITENING BENEFITS FROM ONE DENTIFRICE.
Many--including those in Blair's inner circle--thought that dentifrice was the beginning and end of the discussion.
Sure, the tires cost a whole lot more than a tube of dentifrice.
la baignoire the bathtub le shampooing the shampoo la douche the shower le lavabo the sink le savon the soap la brosse a dents the toothbrush la pate dentifrice the toothpaste le gant de toilette the washcloth l'eau water
It involves brushing the surface of the tongue with 5-15 strokes using a simple dentifrice.
Phillip Yi, director of the California Sushi Academy in Venice, welcomed the news about wasabi's new status as a possible dentifrice, especially in Los Angeles, which he called the ``Mecca of sushi outside of Japan.
Back by popular demand If your dentifrice is fluoridated, you could be overexposing yourself to a chemical that has been linked to mottled teeth, hip fractures, bone cancer and Down Syndrome.
Any dentifrice is abrasive: We have used commercial toothpaste to polish glass