The day a baby’s first tooth pops through is a momentous occasion. More teeth will come over the next few years. After that, the process starts working in reverse — the baby teeth fall out! If you’re ever been fascinated (or a little perplexed) by that process, now’s the time to learn more about the life cycle of baby teeth.
The main difference between organic toothpaste and regular toothpaste is its ingredients. An organic toothpaste uses solely natural ingredients. Those ingredients may include peppermint, charcoal, calcium or other safe and natural elements. Regular toothpaste may use some of those ingredients, too, but they often include other chemicals as well. One common ingredient in regular toothpaste is fluoride.
Organic toothpaste packs the same kind of powerful cleaning as regular toothpaste just without the additional chemicals.