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bikidas2060

Well this doctor does not use any toothpaste (1:57) at least that’s what he claims. And when a doctor claims to use nothing on a public platform then I generally give the doctor’s opinion a bit more weight. 🙂

Relative Dentin Abrasivity (RDA) is the risk of the daily regimen of toothpaste to your teeth. 

The American Dental Association (ADA) and friends determined that, ideally, the RDA of a toothpaste should be 70 or below. Outside of brushing with plain water, the next lowest RDA value of 7 came in as, surprisingly, plain baking soda. Take a closer look at this chart, which is compiled from 24 sources, independent research and manufacturer data. Are you experiencing different levels of sensitivity with your toothpaste selection? Switching to a less abrasive choice may be your answer! Source: https://www.familydentisttree.com/abrasive-toot...

Toothpaste RDA chart

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Source: https://www.familydentisttree.com/abrasive-toot...

My dentist recommends me Stolin – R toothpaste. I really don’t know its RDA rating. She also recommends me a soft bristled brush and interdental brush.

RDA
0-70
71-100
101-150
151-250
Abrasiveness
Low 
Med
High
Harmful

Takeaway is

RDA
4
7
63
68
70
79
80
83
90
100
104
110
124
150 
Toothpaste
Toothbrush with plain water
Plain baking soda
Colgate Sensitive enamel Protect
Colgate Regular
Colgate Total
Sensodyne
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Colgate Sensitive Max strength
Sensodyne Fresh Mint
Sensodyne Original
Sensodyne Extra Whitening
Colgate Herbal
Colgate Whitening
Pepsodent

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badkarma wrote:

Because himalaya products are shit 🤮🤮and full of harmful chemicals in the name of ayurved. himalaya company use different ingredients for manufacturing same product for India and export . In past, US banned some himalaya products for harmful ingredients, later company said these products were meant for India and not for export

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Used to be colgate but suffering from toothache/cavity, even after root canal. I Changed to Sensodyne 3 months back, on doc recommendation, but still have discomfort, so have started using vajradanti this week-so far so good.

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Patanjali

reason: made in India

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Good discussion bro …  I use colgate max fresh….

@bikidas2060;


when i visit my village I use neem .. which is really very good..  

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cashif wrote:

Used to be colgate but suffering from toothache/cavity, even after root canal. I Changed to Sensodyne 3 months back, on doc recommendation, but still have discomfort, so have started using vajradanti this week-so far so good.

Bhai, teeth man. They are sooo hard. But when they start giving pain it’s a nightmare. 😭😭😭

Acha, what did you do after getting a cavity after root canal? I mean what did the dentist suggest? 

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Bhai, teeth man. They are sooo hard. But when they start giving pain it’s a nightmare. 😭😭😭

Acha, what did you do after getting a cavity after root canal? I mean what did the dentist suggest? 

Dentist just filled the cavity saying tooth structure is in-tact. 

Initially had suggested for crown but later just did the filling. Planning to get 2nd opinion & get crown in city next month (I did it in my town) 



PS:  Toothache is most uncomfortable. Cant sleep/cant eat and cant do anything with this everlasting discomfort.

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Subhodayam wrote:

Can someone please recommend toothpaste for yellow plaque removal.

When was your last dentist visit?

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Subhodayam wrote:

@MrKool_JJ @Original @kartikxxx @batmanBABA @bikidas2060 @YSK @Citroen_Xantia @Chudiya @Xtreme1319 @cashif @Rosh_0007 @dr.house @Altruist Can someone please recommend toothpaste for yellow plaque removal.

No success till now. I’ve asked dentists too but they also said there is no quick fix … You have to eliminate tea/coffee totally if you want to achieve that.

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cashif wrote:

Dentist just filled the cavity saying tooth structure is in-tact. 

Initially had suggested for crown but later just did the filling. Planning to get 2nd opinion & get crown in city next month (I did it in my town) 



PS:  Toothache is most uncomfortable. Cant sleep/cant eat and cant do anything with this everlasting discomfort.

did you try salt water rinse or Oil Pulling?

I am not sure if this could be done post root canal.

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Vicco or Dabur’s Ayurvedic tooth powders – no fluff, no preservatives, no BPAs, affordable and cost-effective.

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Subhodayam wrote:

Can someone please recommend toothpaste for yellow plaque removal.

Toothpaste doesn’t remove plaque. Its the brushing that removes it. Plaque forms on areas where toothbrush bristles are not able to reach. This could be because those areas are genuinely hard to reach or because of bad/improper brushing style or bad toothbrush. I have heard regular use of mouthwash helping to dissolve plaque slowly and steadily.

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ontherocks wrote:

Toothpaste doesn’t remove plaque. Its the brushing that removes it. Plaque forms on areas where toothbrush bristles are not able to reach. This could be because those areas are genuinely hard to reach or because of bad/improper brushing style or bad toothbrush. I have heard regular use of mouthwash helping to dissolve plaque slowly and steadily.

No. Floss and interdental brush help. Scaling once a year is good enough.

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Using pepsodent germicheck for quit peroiod and still left with some teeth. I am only 70.

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Original wrote:

did you try salt water rinse or Oil Pulling?

I am not sure if this could be done post root canal.

Tried salt water rinsing once when pain was unbearable during late night and it helped. No idea what oil pulling is.

Have now bought Water flosser but that kind of aggravated the issue as it was even more uncomfortable after flossing. So, at the moment am bearing it out, as am fasting and cant visit dentist.

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cashif wrote:

Tried salt water rinsing once when pain was unbearable during late night and it helped. No idea what oil pulling is.

Have now bought Water flosser but that kind of aggravated the issue as it was even more uncomfortable after flossing. So, at the moment am bearing it out, as am fasting and cant visit dentist.

😭😭😭 Can’t you visit the dentist at night??? I wish you speedy recovery.

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From last 2 weeks i have been thinking of changing my tooth paste. Your post timing is helping me. Will decide after reading some opinions.

From last 4 years my frequently used paste is Colgate Vedshakti or Dabur Red.
Before that Closeup.
In School days Colgate regular.

Occasionally tried Pepsodent, Colgate max fresh, meswak, patanjali dantkanti but Didn’t like them.

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Used sensodyne for years. Shifted to Patanjali in the last 2years after trying it once and it actually feels better for me. 

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dabur red, its good for my masoore

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I use Dabur Red these days. Earlier used Coltage, but since it has SLS / Flouride or something, I used to get mouth ulcers often. So then stopped using that.

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

I use Dabur Red these days. Earlier used Coltage, but since it has SLS / Flouride or something, I used to get mouth ulcers often. So then stopped using that.

Fluoride is needed for teeth. If water you drink has good level of fluoride then you wont need fluoride toothpaste otherwise you will need it to avoid cavities and enamel loss

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malikcool wrote:

You reminded me of Vicco AD smile

Vicco turmeric nahi cosmetic
Vicco turmeric ayurvedic cream
Keel muhaason ko jad se mitaye
Haldi chandan ke gun isme samaye
Tvacha ki raksha kare ayurvedic cream
Vicco turmeric ayurvedic creeem

25-30 saale yahi same sunte aa rahe hain smile
MDH ka taau change nahin hota and Vicco ka ye jingle smile

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using Isha tooth powder …it’s too good

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patanjali danthkanti, its the best toothpaste

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Neema ka ped h pass m biana floride aur bina namak wala …
Aur best h kala namak + haldi + sarso ka tel …..
And sometimes use coconut oil for oil pulling

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once ordered few things from medbuddy using 50 % off coupon ( I paid around 176) they delivered 4 packet of Colgate sensetive  each one containing 2 so total 8 

so using these only. It’s good

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Colgate Regular .. since as long as remember ( previously Colgate Powder ) then shifted to paste .

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If you eat Vimal or any Paan Patti you won’t need any toothpaste and all.

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