Elgydium Whitening Toothpaste helps to remove superficial tooth discolouration (caused in particular by food and drink or smoking) while caring for the teeth. It is mint-flavoured and prolongs whiteness following tartar removal or professional whitening.
Packaging 75 ml tube
Whiter, brighter teeth.
Quick and long-lasting effectiveness
Effective for Teeth whitening Tooth decay in adults
Recommended for Adults and Teenagers
Application of Elgydium Whitening Toothpaste:
Brush with the toothpaste for two to three minutes, two to three times a day, after every meal, using a suitable brush, such as the Elgydium Whitening brush with the Microball System.
Professional opinion Elgydium Whitening toothpaste helps to remove staining on the surface of the teeth caused by wine, coffee, tea, smoking, etc. This toothpaste may cause mild irritation of the gums, due to the whitening effectiveness of the product. If irritation occurs, use less frequently, alternating with a toothpaste for sensitive gums.
Elgydium has been producing dental hygiene products for over 40 years with specialised solutions treating oral hygiene issues and addressing all needs: gum problems, sensitive teeth, whitening and tooth decay.
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Micro-pulverised sodium bicarbonate: Five times smaller on average than regular sodium bicarbonate crystals, the micro-pulverised form can more effectively penetrate into the grooves of the enamel.
Clinical results: Elgydium Whitening toothpaste is visibly effective on discolouration of the tooth surface after two weeks of use, with an enhanced effect over time. 90% of subjects reported quick and long-lasting effectiveness (Satisfaction questionnaire).
(Test on tolerance and effectiveness monitored by dentists, on 52 subjects over 28 days, whiteness assessed by MMLSI score – MacPherson Modification of the Lobene Stain Index – on four areas of each of the eight incisors)