Did You Know GLISTER
GLISTER® Multi-action Fluoride Toothpaste provides a brighter, healthier smile. Our toothpaste contains a scientifically-proven active ingredient to fight plaque and early dental decay. Use in conjunction with patented GLISTER toothbrushes and Oral Rinse for total mouth care.
DID YOU KNOW?
FACT 1 - Did You Know that GLISTER contains our exclusive REMINACT™ formula?
REMINACT™ helps to prevent the demineralisation effect of acid formed in the plaque on your teeth, which can cause tooth cavities. This makes your teeth stronger and more resistant to decay.
FACT 2 - Did You Know that most people use too much toothpaste when they brush?
The Australian Dental Association1 recommends just a pea-sized amount of toothpaste each time you brush. Many people use twice this! Multiply this by everyone in your home, brushing twice a day, and it really adds up. GLISTER® can help care for your teeth and your wallet!
FACT 3 - Did You Know that in 2010, 55% of 6 year olds had experienced decay in their baby teeth and 48% of 12 year olds had decay in their permanent teeth2?
GLISTER can be safely used by the whole family, including kids aged 2 and over. Try to demonstrate good oral health habits for your children by brushing together and set a 2-minute timer for the kids to make sure they’re thoroughly cleaning their teeth.
Are you using too much toothpaste?
Did you know that many people use too much toothpaste when they brush, leading to excessive foaming and early rinsing? Not to mention product wastage! Dentists recommend just a pea-sized amount of toothpaste to properly clean teeth1.
To care for your teeth like a dentist does, think about your mouth as having four sections – top left, top right, bottom left and bottom right. Then brush from front to back, on all three surface areas of your teeth – outer, inner and top2. Brushing for 2 minutes will ensure you see the best results, this can be hard for kids so set the timer and make it fun by caring for your teeth together.
1 Australian Dental Association 2 Oral health and dental care in Australia, 2015. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare