Toothpaste is the basic necessity of the modern world. Generally, we think brushing twice or thrice in a day is enough for dental care. Knowing that this product is used by everyone, there is a tremendous scope of the different type of toothpaste as this product is a gold mine in present society. It becomes difficult to choose which toothpaste should be used. Your toothpaste choice is important for your dental health. You should definitely look for a few essential things when it comes to your toothpaste; however, it mostly comes down to your personal preference or medical needs. Picking the toothpaste that will get you to brush twice a day and meet your health needs is the most important thing. Ignoring your past or present habit of choosing any toothpaste, look at following points of interest while choosing one, for maintaining the good health of your teeth. Do not be a just LABEL READER.
At present following are the best kinds of toothpaste in the world. The order necessarily is not criteria.
1. SENSODYNE REPAIR AND PROTECT-Best toothpaste for sensitive teeth
2.COLGATE TOTAL PROOF-Best all-rounder toothpaste
3. PEARL DROPS INSTANT NATURAL WHITE-The best toothpaste for a deep clean
4.ARM & HAMMER ADVANCED WHITE EXTREME-Best toothpaste for discolored teeth
5.CREST 3D WHITE-Whitening Therapy Enamel Care Fluoride Toothpaste,
This is our collection of 5 in 1 bundle (Five in one) of toothpaste which covers any type of teeth.
OSCOMO 51 toothpaste
We intend to bring out a new brand of toothpaste called OSCOMO 51 toothpaste, relief from 51 causes. The ingredients of this toothpaste will be such as to save/cure all problems of teeth, we incur from the following 51 reasons, which spoil your teeth.
1. Food-Certain foods, especially ones like garlic and onions that contain pungent oils, can contribute to bad breath because the oils are carried to your lungs and out through your mouth.
2. Tobacco-Cigarettes/oral tobacco leaves with a condition called halitosis, or persistent bad breath.
3. Dry mouth-A condition called dry mouth or xerostomia (zeer–o-STOE-me-uh) can contribute to bad breath because the production of saliva is decreased. .Saliva isn’t flushing your mouth of food particles and debris regularly, people with dry mouth often get bad breath.
4. Medications-Some medications can indirectly produce bad breath by contributing to dry mouth. Others can be broken down in the body to release chemicals that can be carried on your breath.
5.Infections in the mouth-surgical wounds after oral surgery, such as tooth removal, or as a result of tooth decay, gum disease or mouth sores.
6.Mouth, nose and throat conditions- Infections or chronic inflammation in the nose, sinuses or throat, which can contribute to postnasal drip, also can cause bad breath.
7. Cancer and other disease-Diseases, such as some cancers, and conditions such as metabolic disorders, can cause a distinctive breath odor as a result of chemicals they produce.
8. Purging-The strong acids found in vomit (purging) can cause bad breath
9. Low drinking water intake (Dehydration)-Saliva supply starts running low leading to dry mouth. When your body doesn’t have enough water, you may not make enough saliva, which leads to dry mouth and bad breath.
10. Radiation & Chemotherapy-Radiation can damage salivary glands, and chemotherapy can cause saliva to thicken and make your mouth feel dry.
11. Diabetes or HIV-can also cause dry mouth.
12. Sjögren’s syndrome-It’s an autoimmune disorder in which white blood cells attack the body’s tear and salivary glands, causing dry mouth.
13. Black Hairy Tongue-Your tongue can get dark coating when there’s a buildup of the protein keratin in your mouth. You might also feel gagging or tickling feeling on the roof of your mouth and have bad breath.
14. Morning breath-Snore or sleep with open mouth makes it even better home to the bacteria that cause “morning breath.” (Bad breath)
15.Acid Reflux-stomach acid flow from the stomach to the throat which gives breath a sour smell.
16.H. Pylori-This is a kind of bacteria linked to stomach cancer and ulcers. It can cause stinky breath.
17. Respiratory Infections-Colds coughs and sinus infections can send mucus filled with bacteria through your nose and mouth. That can affect your breath.
18. Tonsil Stones-When food gets caught in your tonsils — small organs in the back of your throat that help fight germs – calcium can collect around it and form tonsil stones. Sometimes bacteria may grow on them — that’s what makes your breath smell.
19. Sugar-Tooth decay occurs when plaque, the sticky substance that forms on teeth, combines with the sugars and/or starches of the food you eat. This combination produces acids that attack tooth enamel.
20. Bacteria and Acid: While most people don’t like to think about it, bacteria naturally live in your mouth. When these bacteria digest the carbohydrates that linger on your teeth and in your mouth, acid forms.
21.Plaque Formation: Plaque is caused when bacteria, acid, food particles, and saliva all combine in your mouth. This plaque adheres to your teeth and builds up over time. The acid in the plaque attacks the enamel of your tooth and eventually can cause holes in your teeth, otherwise known as cavities.
22. Dry Mouth-Saliva helps wash plaque from the teeth. If you have a dry mouth with a very little saliva, plaque may build up more quickly leading to cavities.
23.Medical Problems: Can contribute to a tooth cavity by causing acid from your stomach to flow back into your mouth. Similarly, bulimia increases the risk of a tooth cavity when the teeth are exposed to stomach acid during frequent vomiting. In addition, some types of cancer treatment that expose the head and neck to radiation can promote a tooth cavity by changing the makeup of the saliva to promote increased bacterial growth.
24. Chewing on ice-Munching on hard, frozen cubes can chip or even crack your teeth. And if your mindless chomping irritates the soft tissue inside a tooth, regular toothaches may follow.
25. Bedtime bottle-Giving baby a bedtime bottle of juice, milk, or formula, can put new teeth on a path to decay.
26. Tongue/Lip Piercings-Biting down on the metal stud can crack a tooth or metal rubs against gums
27. Teeth Grinding-Teeth grinding, or bruxism can wear teeth down over time.
28. Long use of cough drops-They are loaded with sugar.it reacts with the sticky plaque that coats your teeth. Then bacteria in the plaque convert the sugar into an acid that eats away at tooth enamel.
29. Gummy Candy-Gummies stick in the teeth, keeping the sugar and resulting acids in contact with your enamel for hours causing tooth decay.
30. Soda/Sports drinks/Fruit juice-sodas contain phosphoric, citric acids and can have 10 spoons of sugar, which eat away at tooth enamel.
31. Eatable chips-Such food is stuck between the teeth, increasing acidity.
32. Frequent snacks-If you snack often, chances of increase of acidity are more. Snacking produces less saliva than a meal, leaving food bits in your teeth for hours longer
33. Smoking-cause them to fall out as a result of gum disease.
34. Excessive eating-Binge eating often involves excessive amounts of sweets, which can lead to tooth decay
35-Fluoride-free water-is reason for the prevalence of tooth decay & cavities
36-Insufficient water intake-Can does keep flush your mouth of unwanted sugar and leftover food particles.
37. Smoking-Cigarettes, as well as other tobacco products, can stain teeth which leads to the yellowness of teeth.
38. Red/White wine-The acids in wine eat away at tooth enamel, creating rough spots that make teeth more vulnerable to staining
39. Coffe-It leaves the teeth porous and vulnerable to staining
40. Clench and grind-Daily grind in sleep can lead to tooth pain
41. Overuse of oral rinses-can cause cracking, swelling, and discomfort, as it can, can damage your dentin, the middle layer of your teeth.
42. Gum Receding-they pull back the protective layer over your teeth’s nerves and leave them aching.
43. Oral Cancer-It commonly shows up with mouth or tooth pain that doesn’t go away.
44. Acidic diet-Foods high in acid wears away enamel and leave teeth less protected
46. Cold or hot food-pain in teeth when encountering certain substances and temperatures. sudden, sharp flash of pain when teeth are exposed to air, cold, sweet, acidic or hot foods
47. Brushing too hard-Using a hard-bristled toothbrush can wear down the enamel, causing the dentin to become exposed, or encourage gum recession leading to teeth sensitivity.
48.Gum recession- People suffering from periodontal disease have teeth sensitivity, as gum recession leads exposure to dentin.
49. Gingivitis-Inflamed and sore gum tissue can result in the exposure of the tooth’s root leading to teeth sensitivity.
50. Cracked teeth-These can become filled with bacteria from plaque and cause inflammation in the pulp of the tooth.
51-Dental procedures-Teeth may be sensitive after a professional cleaning, root planing, crown replacement,