So for the last 6 months I’ve been using my new (now, not so new) Oral B tooth brush which you should read about here (some great tips for healthy teeth from my dentist too!) But now its time to up the anti on the toothpaste.
I’ve recently been using the Regenerate Enamel Science Advanced Toothpaste that claims to repair the tooth enamel. My teeth definitely feel smoother, and after just three days of use, I was told by someone not usually prone to commuting or complimenting on my appearance that my teeth look like white pearls – completely umprompted and unaware I was trying anything new, I might add. So it must be doing something right!
What it claims to do is literally create a new layer of enamel around your teeth, filling in the microscopic holes made by fizzy drinks (me not guilty) or sugary foods (erm, I’m pleading the 5th amendment on that one!) In fact, the company behind the brand says that clinical trials have shown it will regenerate up to 82% of enamel after just three days. Teeth are stronger, whiter and prettier. Because let’s face it, looking after your teeth is not only a health issue, it’s a beauty one too.
What I feel and can see is that my teeth are definitely shiner, perhaps slightly whiter (but it’s hard to be objective on that) and they definitely feel smoother. I do love the fact that it’s white; I really don’t know why I need red and blue and green stripes in my toothpaste when all I want is white!
There’s also a £30 monthly treatment, a ‘Boosting Serum’ that I haven’t tried yet, so stay tuned for a more information and a review on that one very soon.
At £10 per tube, it’s a step-up from my normal Oral-B and Sensodyne toothpastes, but so far, I’m thinking it’s worth the money.
Would you spend a tenner on repairing your teeth? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.
Regenerate Enamel Science Advanced Toothpaste, £10, here