Colgate Fresh Gel Toothpaste


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Colgate Fresh Gel Toothpaste helps to strengthen teeth, freshen breath and provide cavity protection to your beautiful mouth. Keep your smile gleaming with Colgate Fresh Gel Toothpaste. Colgate Fresh Gel Toothpaste contains fluoride which is clinically proven to fight cavities on teeth surfaces and exposed roots. It’s a great mint gel that freshens breath, fights cavities on teeth surfaces and exposed roots, and has an active fluoride formula that strengthens teeth. How Do I Best Care for My Teeth as an Adult? The key to keeping a bright, healthy smile throughout adulthood is to practice proper oral hygiene. Even adults can get cavities, as well as gum disease, that can lead to serious problems. Throughout your adult life, it’s important to continue to: Brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste to remove plaque-the sticky film on your teeth that’s the main cause of tooth decay. Floss daily to remove plaque from between your teeth and under your gumline, before it can harden into tartar. Once tartar has formed, it can only be removed by a professional cleaning. Limit sugary or starchy foods, especially sticky snacks. The more often you snack between meals, the more chances you give the acids in plaque to attack your tooth enamel. Visit your dentist regularly for professional cleanings and checkups. What Special Dental Issues Should I Be Aware Of as an Adult? Even if you brush and floss regularly, you may face certain oral health issues as an adult. Luckily, your dentist can help you meet most of these challenges quite successfully. Gum disease begins as gingivitis, which in this early stage is still reversible. Symptoms of gingivitis include red, swollen or tender gums that tend to bleed when you brush them. If you notice any of these symptoms, see your dentist-before serious problems develop. Advanced stages of gum disease may lead to tooth loss. The health of your gums can also affect your overall health. Recent studies have shown a possible link between periodontitis (a gum disease) and other diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease and a possible link to premature births. To prevent gum disease from getting started in the first place, be sur