How do I use toothpaste tablets?

How do I use toothpaste tablets?

How do I use Toothpaste Tablets?

We were asked a few times at the event we recently attended (Fully Charged Outside) "how do toothpaste tablets work". So we realised an explanation would be useful to help you understand how these work. 

Not to be confused with the vending machine chewable toothpastes, toothpaste tablets are simply a replacement for "normal" liquid toothpaste in a tube, so you use a toothbrush with them every time. 

Using Chewable Toothpaste

Place one tablet in the front of your mouth, chew it until there are no bits and then brush with a wetted brush with circular motions, to polish, rather than scrub. Take your time! Spit it out as you normally would, but do not rinse your mouth out, leave a coating on your teeth to remineralise them. Simplicity is one reason we like these!

British Dental Association Teeth Brushing Advice

What is in Toothpaste Tablets?

Most of what is in traditional toothpastes, with the exception of SLS foaming agent, which is not necessary and thought to be undesirable by many people. Toothpaste tablets also do not contain some of the preservatives that have to be in liquid toothpaste, which are unnecessary in a dry tablet.

How much fluoride is in toothpaste tablets?

Most importantly they do contain 1450 ppm of fluoride, which is in line with British Dental Association, NHS and their national and global equivalents recommend on fluoride content. That and the lack of unnecessary abrasives like charcoal is why dentists and dental hygienists are happy to stock our toothpaste in their clinics..  

Interested? Buy toothpaste tablets as a single order or subscribe to get regular deliveries HERE

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