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Colgate Total Whitening Paste, Anticavity Fluoride and Antigingivitis Toothpaste Paste, 6 Ounce (170 g)
- 6 Ounce (170 g)
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Keep out of the reach of children under 6 years of age. If more than used for brushing is accidentally swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
Top Customer Reviews
1. The anti-tartar chemical works. Used regularly, tartar formation on one's teeth will be inhibited. If tartar does form, it will be softer and easier for your dental hygienist to remove.
2. All Colgate toothpastes have the ADA seal of approval. This means the paste has flouride to strengthen your enamel and protect your teeth against cavities, and it is low in abrasivity so it will not scratch your enamel.
It is a good product and I recommend it for those who have a tendency to form dental tartar. Brush your teeth at least three times per day for maximum effectiveness and floss daily - the flossing is just as inportant as brushing to help prevent tartar from forming on your teeth!
The "Whitening" term is a common gimmick used by toothpaste manufacturers. "Whitening" can apply to any toothpaste on the market, as they all "whiten" the teeth. There is not a "whitening" toothpaste on the market that truly "Whitens" teeth in the context of bleaching teeth. If you want an over-the-counter product that whitens teeth effectively, purchase Crest White Strips - they actually whiten teeth. Still, buy this Colgate product for the other features (fluoride and anti-tartar), just don't be fooled by the "whitening" term!
Jim 'Konedog" Koenig, DDS
Most toothpastes don't have triclosan, but this one does.
Pros: Have not gotten cavities
Cons: Can't get all the toothpaste in the bottom of the tube out
Crest vs. Colgate is one of those "Coke vs. Pepsi" things. You like one or the other, and you have very strong opinions as to why the other product sucks. Or you could be in the 8th grade, live next door to a grocery store, walk over there every day, buy a 12-pack of Coke and an 8-pack of Entemann's Rich Frosted Donuts, finish that every two days, rinse (with mouthwash, of course) and repeat. I also brushed every night with my Crest Anti-Cavity toothpaste, because look at all the crap I was eating! And yet, I got 6 cavities. Crest... you lied to me. And now I'm with Colgate. That's what you get for not protecting my teeth from an entire summer's worth of sugary donuts and super acid soda. Never again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
CLEANS TEETH VERY WELL AND HELPS TO PROTECT THEM IN THE LONG RUN. ALSO HAS CAVITY PROTECTION AND PROTECTS THE ENAMELPublished on June 23, 2014 by Kathryn
Toothpaste is awesome, colgate is the top tier brand of all tooth paste in the world
I just frikkn love toothpaste :D
We really like this stuff as far as toothpaste goes. I guess the important thing (for the normal consumer) is taste and cost; this fits the bill.Published on October 30, 2013 by Evan Johnson
Colgate leaves my breath feeling refreshed the longest, and leaves my teeth feeling the cleanest after a good, long brushing. Read morePublished on August 18, 2013 by Trish
I trust colgate, have for years all ways had good check ups, taste good, kids love it which make it easyer to tell them to go brush there teethPublished on May 22, 2013 by angle