December 8, 2017
My experience from the first time I walked through the door has been extremely positive and my teeth have not looked or been this good for many years. My recent treatment (a crown) was carried out with the utmost care and skill and looks great.
There is a limited amount of research around charcoal as an ingredient in toothpaste, but it is certainly something that interests our team at Riverside Dental Norwich.
Yes, it is safe to use, although there is little evidence about long-term use, like most things you should use it in moderation. If you use Charcoal Toothpaste sparingly, it can become part of your monthly regime. It will help you maintain bright white teeth. This is an alternative to traditional teeth whitening at the dentist.
Overuse of this product may lead to significant tooth damage as it will expedite the erosion of tooth enamel, which cannot be replaced. Because there are no long-term studies on activated charcoal as an ingredient in toothpaste it is important not to rely on this for your tooth whitening alone, your diet should not include too much strong flavoured or coloured food types such as Red Wine and Beetroot and coffee.
The Charcoal is activated and this means that it will abrase the top stained layer of your teeth enamel and the abrasive action will improve the brightness and appearance, much like a chemical peel on your face, it removes the fine layers that become discoloured and stained.
Yes, we as a Colgate supplier we are able to get Activated Charcoal Toothpaste if you would like to try it ask at reception or your dentist.
Please ask your dentist about Charcoal Toothpaste, they will be happy to discuss this with you further.