Which toothpaste is better?

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Toothpaste squeezed out from tube and toothbrush on blue background. Dental hygiene concept.

Toothpaste generally contains a higher level of abrasives or certain other additives that scrub the surfaces of the teeth. Most of the parents were worried about what and which kind of toothpaste should be used for their children who are younger than 3. It is better to avoid fluoride toothpaste for them. Use non-Fluoride toothpaste for children below 3 years. Use an amount of toothpaste that is the size of a rice grain. Children below 3 years may swallow the toothpaste while brushing the fluoride present in the toothpaste goes into their stomach and causes health issues. Children develop the ability to spit at around the age of 4. Usually, fluoride is a chemical that helps to maintain enamel and prevents tooth decay. Fluoride is good when it is taken in a permissible amount of quantity. When the quantity of Fluoride is high in the toothpaste it may lead to yellowing of teeth. So it’s better to use toothpaste which has less Fluoride.

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