Do You Have A Toothpaste Allergy? We Can Help!

Do You Have A Toothpaste Allergy? We Can Help!

You may know that you should brush your pearly whites twice a day for two minutes at a time and floss daily. Similarly, visiting our team once every six months is important if you’d like to keep your teeth healthy. However, have you heard that brushing can actually lead to serious problems, especially if you suffer from a toothpaste allergy?

Did you know that a toothpaste allergy can cause a rash to form on your cheeks, your nose, or anywhere on your chin? Naturally, this itch can appear anywhere inside your mouth. Furthermore, if you have a toothpaste allergy, you might have to deal with hives, respiratory issues, watery eyes, and even canker sores.

There are several ingredients that can be responsible for your allergy. For example, you could be allergic to fluoride. As you may know, fluoride is included in your toothpaste because it can strengthen your teeth. Fortunately, if this is the reason for your allergy, you can simply choose a toothpaste without fluoride in it. Unfortunately, your allergy could also be caused by the oils used to flavor toothpaste. Of course, there are a few things you can do to deal with your allergy. For instance, rinsing your teeth with water or putting less toothpaste on your brush helps.

To learn more about coping with a toothpaste allergy in [city], [state], or to set up an appointment with our dentist, Dr. [doctor_name], please give [practice_name] a call at [phone]. We’ll be happy to inspect your pearly whites, to answer any questions you have, and to help you keep your smile healthy and strong. We look forward to meeting with you soon.

2017-03-20T16:16:10+00:00March 20th, 2017|

Dear Patients:

Our office continues to actively monitor the COVID-19 situation in conjunction with local, state and federal health authorities. We have always followed very strict protocols of heat sterilization and disinfection in this office. Protection of our patients as well as ourselves has always been our top priority. Please rest assured that we will continue to take all precautionary measures to make sure this is a safe place for you and your family when it comes to your health.

We are aware of the World Health Organization’s designation of COVID-19 as a pandemic and are continuing to review all elements in addition to regular communication with the McLennan County Public Health Department and the Texas Department of State Health Services, to better support our shared efforts to ensure the health and safety of our community. As we continue to address this rapidly evolving situation, we want to encourage you to remain informed through credible sources like the Texas Department of State Health Services and the Center for Disease Control.

You can reduce your risk of infection if you:

1. Clean hands frequently with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
2. Cover nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with flexed elbow or a tissue and dispose of it.
3. Avoid close contact (3 feet) with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms.

Texas Department of State Health Services –
Center for Disease Control –


Mark McCall, DDS and Staff