Natural Ingredients In Environmentally Safe Toothpaste

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For most Americans, the morning begins with a complete dental hygiene routine that includes brushing and flossing. It often begins with placing toothpaste on their toothbrush and a couple of minutes of careful brushing to ensure they get the best coverage. Americans are increasingly concerned about treading lightly upon the Earth and using products that align with this concern. Others believe switching to toothpaste with more naturally sourced ingredients is healthier for them and their teeth. If you’re among these individuals, it’s important to understand what components are included in your toothpaste. 

Natural Ingredients In Environmentally Safe Toothpaste

Natural toothpaste products tend to have ingredient lists that are significantly easier to read than traditional toothpaste. This is due to their ingredients being the name of plants and naturally occurring plant substances. This is great for patients who want to ensure their natural toothpaste is safe and effective. Some common ingredients that are included in these products include:

  • Tea Tree Oil – Triclosan is a common ingredient in traditional toothpaste. Its purpose is to provide antibacterial properties to toothpaste. Unfortunately, it has also been implicated in medical concerns in the endocrine system. Studies of Tea Tree Oil show it is a powerful and effective replacement. Not only does it provide the antibacterial properties of triclosan, but it also does so without side effects. It has been demonstrated that tea tree oil does not promote the development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
  • Magnolia Bark Extract – One major benefit of brushing your teeth daily is avoiding the risk of halitosis or bad breath. This concern is one that many people struggle with every day. Magnolia bark extract has been shown to help battle this condition and do so without the risk of side effects. Additionally, it has been revealed to provide tooth decay resistance. This has led to it being included in natural toothpaste and sugar-free gums.
  • Xylitol – This substance is a plant extract that has been finding its way into numerous dental products. Among these products are sugar-free chewing gum and natural toothpaste. Xylitol has been demonstrated to reduce the number of bacteria in the mouth and prevent them from adhering to the dental surface.

These three champions of natural dental hygiene products are known to be safe and effective. The ADA has recognized them as appropriate methods for preventing poor oral health. However, they only represent a portion of substances used in natural toothpaste products.

Consult Your Dentist About Natural Toothpaste

If you want to ensure that your natural toothpaste will protect your teeth, speak to your dentist. They’ll review the ingredient list with you and advise if your product can protect your oral health. It’s important to select products approved by the ADA with a product list supported by the FDA. These two certifications can help you confidently choose a natural toothpaste for your family. Schedule your next appointment for a consultation today.

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Dr. Brian Black

Dr. Brian P. Black was born and raised in Southern California. He graduated from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry (LLUSD) in May 2000 and then completed advanced training in the U.S. Air Force. He has had a broad experience within the dental industry. Dr. Brian is proudly serving his patients in Rancho Mirage, CA area.

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