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Is Charcoal Toothpaste Safe to Use?

Is charcoal toothpaste safe? The color of teeth and the impact of staining have become significant factors in shaping one’s self-image.

The activated carbon used in the manufacture of toothpaste comes from burned coconut shells, olive pits, wood, or bone charcoal, among other natural sources.

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How Does Activated Charcoal Toothpaste Work?

Activated charcoal toothpaste is characterized by a fine and porous texture that helps to remove superficial stains.

Studies that have been carried out on the effects of activated carbon on oral health, especially in relation to dental whitening; indicate that this element acts as an absorbent agent.

What are the Risks of Toothpaste with Activated Carbon?

Excessive use of charcoal toothpaste, without taking into account the manufacturer’s or dentist’s recommendations.

Before starting to use toothpaste with activated carbon, it is suggested to consult with a dentist to evaluate the state of your teeth.

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