well i would have tooth paste because the tooth paste makes your breath smell lovely and it is better than tooth powder
I'm going with tooth paste. Powder requires you ti dip your toothbrush into the container, possibly leaving droplets of water there. Paste allows you to extrude the amount you want and leave the rest clean and untouched.
Thanks for asking, I haven't thought about tooth powder in years!
I haven't thought of tooth powder in years either! I didn't realize they still sold it or there was even a market for it.
I would say the best is option is toothpaste, but even then you can go for normal toothpaste or gel ones these days. I would also add mouthwash and dental floss to that, to make sure your teeth are given the best chance of good oral health.
Hope that helps.
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