Colgate Flourigard Reviews
Product Type: Colgate Oral Care
Description:Brand: Colgate / Type: Mouthwash / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... an oral care routine after one of the daily toothbrushings. As it is important that the rinse gets time on the teeth without ... more
Customer Colgate Flourigard Reviews (7)
by - written on 18/04/10 (Very useful, 226 readings)
After a slightly horrific trip to the dentist where I found that I would need multiple fillings, the dentist there said she wanted me to start using Colgate Fluorigard. I had to ask her to repeat the name as it certainly wasn't something I was familiar with. I do try and take care of my teeth using a good toothbrush, the Oral B Triumph, twice a day and my beloved Dentyl PH mouthwash but I think my ever so sweet tooth has caught up with me. So she told me to go and get this and when I looked it up on the internet found it was something that you could get prescribed so thought hmm this is a serious product. Luckily I found that you could get it in shops too. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/09, updated on 01/08/09 (Very useful, 395 readings)
I've always sure that I've done the best I can for my & my daughters' teeth & gums - partly to ensure they looked & felt good - but mostly to avoid treatment at the dentist thus avoiding pain/ uncomfort & high bills. Luckily my daughters have beautiful teeth & the importance they've given to caring for them has certainly paid off. In the 50s though the attitude seemed to be the norm that children had fillings, mouthwashes weren't readily available & there were no electric or sonic toothbrushes to be found - hence a lot of people in their 50s & more don't have terrific teeth & gums. Over the years I've tried lots of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/08 (Very useful, 241 readings)
I was first introduced to Flourigard by my husband Dave after he came home from the dentists with a bottle one day. Being an Asian surgery, they attract a lot of Muslim custom so the reason they started stocking this alcohol free mouthwash was to cater for their needs. The dentist informed my Dave that having compared the effects with the effects of other mouthwashes containing alcohol, they felt this was a much better product especially because it is suitable for the whole family. So we all gave this a try in our house and have been so pleased we have used it ever since. It costs £4.99 for a 500ml bottle although we frequently purchase this on offer for £3 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/08 (Very useful, 111 readings)
I'm a little fussy with mouthwashes in that I don't like those strong minty tastes or that make you feel slightly sick after using them. I was recommended Colgate Fluorigard by my dentist when I asked for a reliable mouthwash that would help protect my teeth and gums. She gave me a little sample bottle and because I was happy with it, I bought the full-size product from Boots and I've been using it for a while now. Colgate have a 200 year history and so you can rest assured that their knowledge will provide you with a quality dental product. Fluorigard claims to be clinically proven to fight cavities and reduce decay by up to 40%. It's designed as a daily ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/08 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Whenever I visit the dentist, I am always told about my inflammed gums. I was advise to floss regularly to stop any gum problem and stop any decay,. However a hygenist also recommend that I use Colgate Flourigard mouthwash to strengthen the tooth enamel. The plastic bottle with blue liquid look quite inviting. The direction indicated on the label states to use flourigard rinse at a different time to toothbrushing. To rinse daily with 10ml around and between the teeth for one minute and spit out. Lastly, to avoid drinking, eating or rinsing mouth for 15mins after use. The taste is slightly minty and pleasant. The part that I dislike is the 15mins ... Read the complete review
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