Parodontax toothpaste is a classic in the oral hygene space. Originally it was developed by German dentist Dr. Focke from Dresden in 1937. It was brought to market in cooperation with the German pharmaceutical company Madaus and has been known for decades for its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties based on sodium bicarbonate and herbs. The preventive effects against gingivitis has been confirmed by scientific studies. Today, Parodontax is part of the British pharmaceutical corporation Glaxo Smith Kline.
At the beginning, the toothpaste was only available in pharmacies. Today this toothpaste without fluoride is also available in supermarkets, drugstores and online shops. From early days on, Parodontax classic has been fluoride-free. However, meanwhile there is also a fluoride-containing version available. It helps sore gums, prevents bleeding gums and cleans the tooth enamel moderately abrasive . For decades, it has been the classic toothpaste for patients suffering from periodontosis.
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Sodium Bicarbonate, Aqua, Glycerin, Cocamidolpropyl betaine, Alcohol, Krameria Triandra extract, Echinacea purpurea Juice, Xanthan gum, Chamomilla recutita extract, Comiphora myrrha extract, sodium saccharin, Sodium benzoate, Salvia officinalis oil, Mentha piperita oil, Mentha arvensis oil, Limonene, CI 77491