Mouth-washes, it must be remembered, are as much used for rinsing the mouth after smoking as for a dentifrice.
It is exceedingly light and porous in structure, and at one time was used largely as an antacid as well as a dentifrice.
Therefore the frequent use of oranges as a dentifrice is a habit of great value.
If a man admires a woman's teeth, she gets new kinds of dentifrice and constantly endeavours to add to their whiteness.
If you are wise, dear reader, you will never use a dentifrice, unless you know what it is made of.
In some of our southern states, tobacco is much used among the ladies as a dentifrice.
Levigated coral was formerly used in medicine as an antacid or absorbent, and is still occasionally employed as a dentifrice.
And Joan had to content herself with the promise that he would use none other than "Nuxine" dentifrice.
It forms an excellent tincture for the teeth, and is the basis of the celebrated French dentifrice "eau Botot."
This bone is used for many purposes; among others, it is used in a powdered state as a dentifrice.
dentifrice den·ti·frice (děn'tə-frĭs')
A substance, such as a paste or powder, for cleaning the teeth.