Tooth Powder VS Toothpaste? Which Removes More Plaque?

According to human studies conducted by PubMed, The National Library Of Medicine National Institutes Of Health, tooth powder removed more plaque than toothpaste. The study was conducted with 36 volunteer dental students to compare the efficacy of toothpaste and tooth powder with or without manual toothbrushes. The results were the plaque-removing efficacy was higher with tooth powder than paste, whether it was used with a brush or their finger. Plaque is full of bad bacteria that leads to tartar build up and decay. After using tooth powder for well over a year, my family, friends and I agree 100% with this study.

As a matter of fact, our teeth have never been so clean and bright with any commercially marketed whitening, gingivitis fighting and tartar control toothpaste. There's none of the irritation, sensitivity or foam with a high quality tooth powder and they are crafted without essential oils. By the way, did you know that many commercial whitening pastes are recommended, by dental experts, to be used only twice weekly and not in the amount pictured on the tube? That's right! only a pea-sized amount should be used twice a week!

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Click the link to view the study and conclusion published in PubMedGov

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