Ajona stomatikum by Ajona toothpaste 25ml Toothpaste by Ajona
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Alves KMRP, Pessan JP, Brighenti FL, Franco KS, Oliveira FAL, Buzalaf MAR, Sassaki KT, Delbem ACB. In vitro evaluation of the effectiveness of acidic fluoride dentifrices. Caries Res. 2007;41(4):263–7. https://doi.org/10.1159/000101915.
Lagerweij MD, van Loveren C. Declining caries trends: are we satisfied? Curr Oral Health Rep. 2015;2(4):212–7. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40496-015-0064-9. Ganss C, Marten J, Hara AT, Schlueter N. Toothpastes and enamel erosion/abrasion - Impact of active ingredients and the particulate fraction. J Dent. 2016;54(11):62–7. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jdent.2016.09.005. Dant Kanti: introduced in India by Patanjali Ayurved. It is now one of the top selling toothpaste brands in India. 
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Doramad Radioactive Toothpaste: produced from 1940 to 1945 in Germany by Auergesellschaft of Berlin, it contained small amounts of thorium, although later analysis showed its radioactivity levels to be very low.  Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder: a brand of powdered dentifrice mainly popular during the mid twentieth century. It is still available today in independent drug stores and certain drug store chains. Created by Dr. I. W. Lyon, D.D.S.  Aykut-Yetkiner A, Attin T, Wiegand A. Prevention of dentine erosion by brushing with anti-erosive toothpastes. J Dent. 2014;42(7):856–61. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jdent.2014.03.011.
Brighenti FL, Delbem ACB, Buzalaf MAR, Oliveira FAL, Ribeiro DB, Sassaki KT. Caries Res. 2006;40(3):239–44. https://doi.org/10.1159/000092232. Euthymol: a brand of antiseptic, fluoride-free toothpaste distributed by Johnson & Johnson that is characterised by its bright pink colour and medicinal taste. The antiseptic ingredient in the product is thymol. [ citation needed]Deborah J. Macinnis, Pinaki Dasgupta, Wayne D. Hoyer (2008). Consumer Behaviour. Dreamtech Press. p.105. ISBN 978-8177227543. The best way to clean your tongue is to massage in a small amount of Ajona with a tooth or tongue brush, let it soak in for a while, then gently brush it off and rinse it off.
Crest: a Procter & Gamble product. At first it used stannous fluoride, marketed as "Fluoristan" (this was also the original brand name it was sold under—it was later changed from "Fluoristan" to "Crest with Fluoristan"). [ citation needed]
Clinical application study under dermatological control. The test product was used during a period of four weeks by 20 subjects twice. From the clinical-dermatological point of view, no relevant skin reactions occurred in the test area; the product was tolerated excellently.