Toothpaste abrasives are a major component of toothpaste, dentifrice gels, tooth polishes and tooth whiteners. These components are insoluble particles that help to remove plaque from teeth during cleaning by mechanical action. Mild oral care abrasives also perform a polishing action that removes stains from the tooth surface. Spectrum offers a range of chemicals used as toothpaste abrasives.

Aluminum Oxide, Powder, Reagent has abrasive properties and is a common ingredient in dental products such as toothpaste and tooth whitener.

Dried Aluminum Hydroxide Gel, Powder, USP has abrasive properties and is a common ingredient in dental products such as toothpaste and tooth whitener.

Calcium Carbonate, Light Powder, USP is a soft mineral used as an abrasive polishing agent in dental products such as toothpaste and tooth whiteners.

Dibasic Calcium Phosphate Dihydrate, Powder, USP has opacifying and abrasive properties and is a common ingredient in dental products such as toothpaste and tooth whiteners. Calcium phosphate also has remineralizing properties for tooth enamel.

Mica, Water Ground, 325 Mesh has opacifying and abrasive properties and is a common ingredient in dental products such as toothpaste.

Sodium Bicarbonate, Powder, USP, EP, BP, JP is used in toothpaste as an abrasive and in mouthwash products for its antiseptic properties.

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