Clinomyn Smokers' Toothpaste 75ml
Clinomyn Smokers' Toothpaste 75ml
£1.49 Save: £0.29 RRP: £1.78
This product is typically dispatched within 1-3 working days from date of order when using our standard delivery or 48 Hour Tracked and Signed service.
- Specially formulated for smokers
- The leading smokers toothpaste brand
- Clinically proven cleaning performance
- Whitens teeth by gently removing nicotine and food stains
Approved by: British Dental Health Foundation. Restores the natural colour of teeth. Specially formulated for the removal of nicotine stains.
Contains Fluoride. Freshens Breath. For Everyday Use. A deep cleaning toothpaste that works to remove nicotine and tobacco stains restoring your teeth to their natural colour.
Clinomyn Smokers has been specially formulated to remove nicotine, tobacco and food stains.
Clinomyn's unique cleaning system, containing Polynam, works to give your teeth a deep down clean. Containing fluoride to help strengthen teeth and protect against decay, and a powerful ice mint flavour, Clinomyn Smokers will help restore your brilliant smile.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do teeth get stained?
There are 2 kinds of "tooth stains": intrinsic and extrinsic. Antibiotics taken during childhood, or injuries that occur to any teeth, can cause intrinsic discoloration. If you suffer from this form of discoloration you’ll need to seek professional advice.
Extrinsic staining occurs when the surface layer of the tooth becomes stained. The most common causes are red wine, coffee, tea, and cigarettes. Food colourings, tobacco, and tannins (contained in red wine) bind to the surface layer and harden with time making them more difficult to remove. Clinomyn, with its unique deep cleaning system can remove this hardened layer, restoring the natural colour of your teeth.
All toothpastes are the same; can Clinomyn clean better than other brands?
Toothpastes do have certain similarities and many products have common ingredients however the cleaning performance varies considerably. Clinomyn toothpastes are high performance products and are at the "top end" of the cleaning spectrum.
How often can I use Smokers Toothpaste?
All Clinomyn toothpastes are gentle enough to be used twice a day, every day.
I no longer smoke, should I still use Smokers or try Clean & Polish?
As Clean and Polish Toothpaste is designed for daily deep cleaning we recommend you give it a try.
What is the difference between Smokers and Clean & Polish Toothpaste?
Clinomyn Smokers Toothpaste is specially formulated with calcium carbonate (chalk) to effectively remove tobacco stains, and Polynam to polish, helping restore the natural colour and shine of your teeth.
Clinomyn Clean & Polish toothpaste was formulated for general use and its unique cleaning system contains 3 different particles (standard silica, cleaning boosting particles, and polishing particles called Polynam) to effectively remove stains caused by coffee, tea, red wine, or any other food/drink colourings.
Is Clinomyn Smokers Toothpaste abrasive?
Clinomyn Smokers Toothpaste contains abrasive particles like any other toothpaste. Clinomyn Smokers Toothpaste’s abrasive quality is well within the international standards suggested by Professional Dental Associations.
Is there a toothpaste that can produce a "whitening" effect without abrasion?
No toothpaste can keep your teeth free from stains without having some degree of abrasion in its formula.
Only "abrasive" toothpastes contain particles, other toothpastes are creams right?
All toothpastes contain particles of some sort, otherwise they would not be able to remove stains effectively. Some toothpastes are described by the manufacturer as "creams" but it’s just a name, they still contain particles.
Do abrasive toothpastes cause gingival recession?
Gingival recession is a condition caused by many factors. Gum disease, over zealous tooth brushing, the pressure applied during brushing and the stiffness of the toothbrush bristles are all contributing factors. However, we are not aware of any correlation between toothpaste abrasiveness and gingival recession.
Learning how to brush your teeth properly is the first step to maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Plus, it helps minimise the risk of tooth decay and gum disease, the major causes of tooth loss.
Before You Begin
While there are several methods of brushing teeth with a manual toothbrush, always ask your dental professional for their recommendation and be sure to follow their instructions. To start, use fluoride toothpaste with a soft-bristle toothbrush, and don’t forget to replace it every three months.
Two Minutes, Twice a Day
To brush your teeth correctly, spend at least two minutes using a recommended technique, which includes 30 seconds brushing each section of your mouth (upper right, upper left, lower right and lower left), both morning and night. Since most manual toothbrushes don’t have built-in two-minute timers, you may want to have a clock handy so you can be sure you’re brushing long enough.
Positioning the Toothbrush
How you hold the toothbrush depends on which part of the tooth you’re brushing.
- Step 1: Start with outer and inner surfaces, and brush at a 45-degree angle in short, half-tooth-wide strokes against the gum line. Make sure you reach your back teeth.
- Step 2: Move on to chewing surfaces. Hold the brush flat and brush back and forth along these surfaces.
- Step 3: Once you get to the inside surfaces of your front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and use gentle up-and-down strokes with the tip of brush.
- Step 4: Be sure to brush gently along the gum line.
- Step 5: Brush your tongue in a back-to-front sweeping motion to remove food particles and help remove odour-causing bacteria to freshen your breath.
- Step 6: Try gently brushing the roof of your mouth for an extra-fresh feeling.
Now that you’ve learned proper brushing technique, a little discipline in practicing it every day will help make it feel like second nature. It’s one of the easiest things you can do to maintain the health of your teeth and gums.
Do not swallow.
In case of intake of fluoride from other sources consult a dentist or doctor.
Sensitive teeth may indicate an underlying problem which needs prompt care by a dentist. See your dentist as soon as possible for advice.
Calcium Carbonate, Aqua, Sorbitol, Glycerin, Aluminum Silicate, Hydrated Silica, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Aroma, Cellulose Gum, Sodium Monofluorophosphate, Trisodium Phosphate, Dimethicone, Sodium Saccharin, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Cl 77891.