tooth powder


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tooth powder

n
(Pharmacology) a powder used for cleaning the teeth, applied with a toothbrush

tooth′ pow`der


n.
a dentifrice in the form of a powder.
[1535–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tooth powder - a dentifrice in the form of a powdertooth powder - a dentifrice in the form of a powder
dentifrice - a substance for cleaning the teeth; applied with a toothbrush
Translations

tooth powder

ndentifricio in polvere
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Tooth loss was observed more among the urban subjects who are using tooth powder than tooth paste users.
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On intraoral examination, wear facets were present on the teeth due to the habit of using abrasive tooth powder for brushing.
Inmates without toothpaste are given a tooth powder. "Not a good thing," Erschabek said, "but it's something."
They had been around since about 1760 and were ideal as "packaging" for utilitarian products such as bear''s grease hair lotion, cure-all ointments, and tooth powder.
In Indian city of Bangalore, there is a big company situated on Bangalore Road in Ganga Pura post making various items on the large scale blended with cow urine and dung like beauty cream, Amla shampoo, tooth paste, tooth powder, mosquito sticks, Agar Battian (fragrance sticks) etc.
Eli has never brushed his teeth in his life, but after receiving a free toothbrush and sample of mint tooth powder from his dentist, he begins to sermonize on the merits of dally oral care and that great "tingling feeling" it gives him.
Most common method and used in conjunction with soap, tooth powder, tooth paste.