Many people believe that all toothpastes in the market are more or less similar and solve general dental issues equally well. That is why they usually stick to one brand of the toothpaste they got comfortable with. While often this might be a reasonable approach, there are some cases, when your dental health and general well-being depend on you changing your toothpaste.

  1. Allergy to a toothpaste

Some people are allergic to certain ingredients of their toothpaste (fluoride, flavorings, gluten, etc.). Feeling of soreness on the inside of your cheeks, chapped and inflamed lips, rash around the mouth are potential signs of allergy. In this case, switching to another brand or type of the toothpaste might make the symptoms go away.

  1. Tooth sensitivity

If your teeth react painfully to hot and cold, sour and sweet food, you probably have tooth sensitivity. This is often a result of worn enamel or exposed tooth roots. Your dentist will consult you on the best course of action, but often switching to a desensitizing toothpaste is enough to reduce painful sensations.

  1. Swollen or bleeding gums

Gum irritation might be a symptom of gingivitis caused by accumulation of bacteria at your gumline. In this case, you may consider adjusting your oral care routine or buying a specialized toothpaste designed to reduce gum bleeding.

Even if your usual toothpaste does its job well and you have no dental problems, you might consider switching to a new toothpaste for extra health benefits such as:

  • Protection from flu. INFANETIM Technology Black Line stimulates your immune system and effectively protects you from bacteria and viruses for approximately 12 hours after brushing teeth.
  • Allergy relief. INFANETIM Technology Green Line helps to alleviate symptoms of allergic rhinitis and makes your life easier during seasonal allergies.
  • Normalization of metabolism. INFANETIM Technology Brown Line contains a unique composition of natural extracts that help to reduce appetite, eliminate toxins from the body and reduce the risk of diabetes.