Is mixing two different brands of toothpaste more superior to using just one?

Is mixing two different brands of toothpaste more superior to using just one?

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  1. A superior waste of money. Each brand has multiple formulas. Just pick one that gives you what you desier from your tooth paste. This is what Colgate offers.
    Colgate TotalSF Advanced Whitening Toothpaste 2.8
    Colgate TotalSF Deep Clean™Toothpaste 3.9
    Colgate TotalSF Fresh + Whitening™ Toothpaste 3.8
    Colgate TotalSF Fresh Mint Stripe™ Gel Tootpaste 3.9
    Colgate TotalSF Clean Mint Toothpaste 2.9
    Colgate® Enamel Health™Multi-Protection Toothpaste 4.7
    Colgate® Sensitive Prevent & Repair™ Toothpaste 4.6
    Colgate® Max Fresh® With Mini Breath Strips 3.5
    Colgate® Trolls™ Mild Bubble Fruit® Toothpaste 2.5
    Optic White® High Impact White 4.4 Fluoride X
    Colgate TotalSF Advanced Whitening Toothpaste 2.8
    Colgate TotalSF Deep Clean™Toothpaste 3.9
    Colgate TotalSF Fresh + Whitening™ Toothpaste 3.8
    Colgate TotalSF Fresh Mint Stripe™ Gel Tootpaste 3.9
    Colgate TotalSF Clean Mint Toothpaste 2.9
    Colgate® Sensitive Lasting Fresh™ Toothpaste 4.6
    Colgate® Enamel Health™Multi-Protection Toothpaste 4.7
    Colgate® Sensitive Prevent & Repair™ Toothpaste 4.6
    Colgate® Max Fresh® With Mini Breath Strips 3.5
    Colgate® Trolls™ Mild Bubble Fruit® Toothpaste 2.5
    Optic White® High Impact White 4.4
    Colgate® Enamel Health™Sensitivity Relief Toothpaste 4.2
    Colgate® Tartar Protection With Whitening Toothpaste
    Colgate® Baking Soda And Peroxide Whitening Bubbles Toothpaste 4.7
    Colgate® Max Clean™Smartfoam® 4.8
    Colgate® Kids 2in1 Strawberry Smash™ Toothpaste 0.0
    Colgate® Maximum Cavity Protection* Pump Toothpaste 0.0
    Colgate® Enamel Health™Whitening Toothpaste 4.6

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  2. I think it might depend on your goal when it comes to toothpaste. E.g. You might have one toothpaste that has whitening properties, and another toothpaste that strengthens enamel and also has small beads to create a slight abrasion (to target the build-up of hardened plaque). I’d imagine that if you combine those 2 toothpastes, you’ll have a 3-in-1 effect (whitening, enamel strengthening, and plaque fighting).
    Dayum! I might even try that out myself!

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  3. Magic potions don’t save our teeth. Proper twice-daily brushing on our part saves our teeth. As do our scheduling regular cleanings, exams and repairs. How often do you schedule those visits? The cost of professional attention is minimal. I visit four times a year, or more. Would not miss it.
    Have your trained, licensed hygienist demonstrate how to brush correctly, gently, patiently for the full 2 minutes the ADA recommends. Top of the line electrics recommended, at a cost of a day’s wages or so. Should last ten years. Renew brush tips every 3 months or so, as directed by the maker.

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  4. No.
    Why would you think so?
    There is no research showing mixing two different toothpastes and putting the mix on your brush does anything.
    Buy a toothpaste that has fluoride to reduce decay, has anti-gingivitis properties and is anti-tartar (with pyrophosphates) with low abrasiveness.
    If you have sensitive teeth buy a Fluoridated toothpaste with anti-tartar and anti-gingivitis action plus a anti-sensitivity formulation.
    Whitening toothpastes don’t work so forget that.
    What else would you be mixing in to your two-paste mix beyond the above?

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  5. That is just advertising hype. The important thing is brush and floss and visit your dentist regularly for check-ups.
    True, we hand out Colgate after every hygiene appt. but only because the company sends us 100’s of sample tubes every month. We do not recommend any one brand over another.

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