The major difference between Colgate and Crest toothpaste is that both brands have different toothpaste options available. Colgate has six options available, while Crest offers at least 10, with many additional sub-options. The most complete protection offered between the brands is Colgate Total Advanced Whitening and Crest Pro-Health Gum Protection, respectively.
The six options Colgate offers are: Advanced Whitening, Advanced Deep Clean, Advanced Fresh + Whitening, Clean Mint, Mint Strip and Whitening. Crest's options are: Pro-Health, 3D White, Baking Soda & Peroxide Whitening, Be Adventurous/Dynamic/Inspired, Cavity Protection, Complete Multi-Benefit, Pro-Health Stages, Kids, Plus Scope and Extra Whitening and Tartar Control.
Colgate's "complete protection" option, Total Advanced Whitening, claims to prevent plaque, bad breath, tartar build-up, gingivitis and cavities. Colgate also claims that it will remove surface stains up to 80%, while fighting germs for 12 hours. Colgate's toothpastes are all gluten free and have a sodium fluoride level of 0.24% with 0.14% fluroide ion.
Crest's "complete protection" option, Pro-Health Gum Protection, claims to fight sensitivity, cavities, tartar build-up, gingivitis and plaque, freshen breath and whiten teeth. It has 0.454% stannous fluoride with 0.16% fluoride ion. This means its whitening properties are likely to be stronger.
Colgate received FDA approval for the first gingivitis treatment from a toothpaste. Crest's use of stannous fluoride means that teeth can sometimes be badly stained by the toothpaste.Learn More
Colgate is manufactured around the world in a number of countries, including Latin America and Asia. A person can see where the toothpaste was made by looking at the manufacturer's information on the toothpaste box or packaging.Full Answer >
There is no one single chemical formula to describe the total chemical composition of Colgate toothpaste because it is a mixture of different chemicals rather than a pure substance. However, almost all Colgate toothpastes are comprised of the same types of ingredients, including abrasives, fluorides and surfactants.Full Answer >
Ranking the top 10 best toothpaste brands depends on the source and on whether they are ranked by sales volume, overall effectiveness or effectiveness in achieving a particular effect. In 2012, Saint Lawrence Dentistry ranked the top 10 most trusted toothpaste brands by sales volume: Colgate, Crest, Sensodyne, Arm & Hammer, Close-Up, Aim, Pepsodent, Tom's of Maine, Jason and Peelu.Full Answer >
Some popular toothpaste brands include Colgate, Sensodyne, Rembrandt, Ultra Brite, Crest, Aquafresh, Aim and Arm & Hammer, as stated by Prevention and the American Dental Association. Good Housekeeping lists several popular natural toothpaste brands, including Dr. Ken's, Kiss My Face, Tom's of Maine, Auromere and The Natural Dentist.Full Answer >