Questions and answers regarding Pepsodent

  • Yes we do have Pepsodent Whitening Toothpaste that gives you whiter teeth in 2 weeks. This tooth paste has superior germ attack power that helps fight cavity-causing germs even hours after brushing.

  • Yes we have a dedicated specialist range for tooth sensitivity, Sensitive Mineral Active. The range offers a few different products to solve tooth sensitivity at the source with mineral action, and provide relief in 30 seconds.

  • You can use the Pepsodent Expert Protection Gumcare that is Clinically proven to improve gum health. It contains Gumguard+Germicheck two antibacterial actives to prevent gums problems.

  • Dental plaque is a build-up full of harmful bacteria that forms on your teeth and under your gums. Plaque on the teeth is a cause for concern because it creates acids that can cause tooth decay and gum disease.

    Dental tartar forms a rough, yellowish crust on your teeth, mostly visible on the gumline behind the lower front teeth. Once tartar has formed, you could develop problems like cavities and gum disease even if you practice a good oral health routine – unlike plaque, tartar can’t be removed by brushing so you need to get it removed by your dentist or hygienist.

  • Our Pepsodent Germicheck is the best toothpaste that will provide 12 hours protection from cavity causing germs. It helps fight toothdecay,removes plaque, maintains healthy gums and prevents toothache.

    1. Use small, gentle back-and-forth motions, remembering to cover every surface of every tooth. Take your time: brushing your teeth should take at least two minutes – three is even better. Finish up your cleaning routine with Pepsodent mouthwash for an extra clean feel.
    2. Having the right toothbrush and toothpaste makes a big difference. Get a soft or medium bristled toothbrush with a head that fits comfortably in your mouth and allows you to reach all the areas of your teeth.
    3. Flossing is essential for good oral hygiene. Even the best brushing technique won’t reach the small areas between your teeth.

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