Dr. Brite Gluten-Free Toothpaste
Dr. Brite gluten-free whitening toothpaste is an effective, great tasting and gluten-free alternative to those who suffer from celiac disease or a gluten intolerance. Unlike commercial toothpastes, we don’t use thickening agents derived from corn or other grain-based starches.
Instead, the Dr. Brite toothpaste is formulated with cellulose gum (derived from the cell walls of woody plants, generally trees or cotton), a thickener that’s safe enough for those living a gluten-free lifestyle.
Dr. Brite Gluten-Free Toothpaste For Kids
The Dr. Brite kid's fluoride-free toothpaste is also made without gluten, for children who suffer from gluten reactions. Since little ones often swallow some of their toothpaste, it’s best for them to brush with a formula made without rye, barley or wheat-based ingredients.
Even if your children are able to properly spit out their toothpaste, the gluten in traditional oral care products can still be absorbed through the gums and soft tissues of the mouth; causing an unwelcome reaction.
Gluten-Free Oral Care
If you do suffer from gluten intolerance, the Dr. Brite gluten-free toothpaste can certainly have a positive effect on your oral and overall health. The Dr. Brite alcohol-free mouthwash is also made without gluten, and can help freshen your breath, moisturize your mouth and whiten your teeth without causing discomfort!
Dental Health and Celiac Disease
Don’t let your fear of gluten keep you from taking care of your teeth. Find gluten-free oral care products that work for you and continue an excellent dental hygiene routine. Additionally, find a dentist that understands your health concerns and supports your gluten-free diet.
1. Do any toothpastes contain gluten?
Almost all toothpaste manufacturers advertise gluten-free products. Despite this, they would not express categorically that it is gluten-free since cross-contamination during production is possible.
2. What toothpaste has no gluten?
This includes all kinds of toothpaste and mouthwashes from Colgate, including PreviDent and Ultrabrite. The toothpaste, rinses, and mouthwashes made by Desert Essence are naturally fluoride-free and gluten-free.
3. What is gluten and why is it bad?
It is found in wheat, barley, and rye as well as other grains. Among the meals it can be found in are bread, pasta, pizza, and cereal. However, it contains no nutritional value. Celiac disease stems from an immune reaction triggered by gluten consumption.