Flavored Toothpaste You Want to Eat

 In General Dentistry

If you are tired of minty flavored toothpaste after brushing with it for years, there are new toothpaste flavors that give a fun taste and pizzazz to teeth brushing:

Bacon Flavored Toothpaste

Many bacon lovers after eating bacon don’t want the taste to leave their mouths. Now they can taste bacon even after brushing their teeth with bacon flavored toothpaste. It not only lets you savor the bacon flavor, but kills off bacteria and helps fight cavities.

Cupcake Flavored Toothpaste

Dessert lovers who want a taste of dessert, but not the calories, can enjoy the sweet flavor of cupcakes morning and night while they brush away plaque. Cupcake toothpaste tastes like cake frosting and will leave your teeth stronger and your smile brighter.

Ice Cream Flavored Toothpaste

Tanner’s Tasty Paste makes three ice cream flavors of toothpaste: Banilla Bling, Cha Cha Chocolate and Baby Bling. The scrumptious flavors aren’t even the best part of these toothpastes. They use natural sweeteners and oils complete with anti-cavity fluoride to help prevent tooth decay, and don’t include sodium lauryl sulfate, which can cause mouth lesions.

Pickle Flavored Toothpaste

If you love pickles, or are pregnant and have the classic pickle craving, this toothpaste will satisfy your every pickle desire. It tastes like gherkin pickles, but also strengthens your oral health, which is what Wurzbach Parkway Family Dental really cares about.

The benefit of these toothpastes are the delicious flavors, which makes you want to brush your teeth two times a day for two minutes like our Wurzbach Parkway dentists recommend. When buying any toothpaste, make sure it includes fluoride, which is one of the main ingredients that fight cavities.

And don’t forget to floss, there is bacon and cupcake flavored floss too, so that might help you keep the habit of flossing once a day. Wurzbach Parkway Family Dental recommends making teeth brushing and flossing a delicious part of your day to maintain great oral health.

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