Reviewed by: Mojomums Sally
What they say: More permanent teeth arrive between the ages of 9-12 years than at any other time, and the enamel is 50% more vulnerable to sugar acid attack. This is because the enamel is softer and new permanent teeth take up to three years to reach full strength.
To give parents of pre-teens one less thing to worry about, Aquafresh Advance toothpaste has been specially designed by dental experts for children aged 9-12 years.
The six key benefits of Aquafresh Advance include: healthy gums*, cavity prevention, enamel protection, gentle on teeth, fights plaque* and cleans in-between gaps and spaces.
What we say: “My daughter says that this toothpaste tasted fresh and minty and the freshness did appear to last well into the day.
I wasn’t aware that the enamel of new teeth takes such a long time to strengthen, so if this toothpaste can help then it is more than welcome in my bathroom cupboard!”
The new Aquafresh Advance range will be available in Boots and other retailer stores with a recommended retail price of £2.00.