The usage of fluorides in toothpastes for children helps to increase the caries-resistance of the enamel. However, fluoride containing toothpastes should only be given to children older than 4 years, when they are able to spit the toothpaste out during brushing. But in any case they mostly swallow up to 60% of the toothpaste. The optimal amount of fluoride in toothpaste up to the age of 6 years is 500 ppm.
Contains AMIFLUOR complex containing aminofluoride Olafluor 500 ppm and a high concentration of Xylitol, which ensures teeth resistance to the dissolving action of acids, reliable protection against gum inflammation, teeth protection against cariogenic bacteria and normalization of the mouth microbial composition. Its low-abrasive formula does not damage tooth tissues. It is recommended to use a small amount of paste (pea size) for tooth brushing. Preschoolers should brush their teeth under the supervision of adults. It contains no sodium lauryl sulfate.
Aminofluoride is the most effective source of fluoride as it provides fast (within 20 seconds) formation of a highly protective layer on the tooth surface
It prevents demineralization and promotes intensive teeth saturation of minerals
The property of forming the protective layer is very important as many children do not observe the recommended tooth brushing time (3 minutes)
Confirmed by laboratory tests and clinical studies