UDM Dant Manjan – Most favoured Ayurvedic Tooth Powder – Vocal for Local

KLE Society’s Ayurveda Pharmacy at Uppargalli, Belagavi is one of the oldest units in the country which produces quality Ayurveda products since 1938. UDM tooth powder is the most favored dental powder by people of all ages. By regular usage of this well-known tooth powder, you can prevent toothache, mouth ulcers, anorexia, bleeding gums, sensitive teeth, etc. It also prevents bad breath, swelling, and inflammation of gums, dental caries. It protects the oral cavity.

The special ingredients used in Dant Manjan are useful in fighting dental diseases, strengthen gums, add freshness to the breath and give that beautiful pearly white luster to teeth. It is widely known & popular for is remarkable efficacy and proven results. It is a mixture of natural ingredients that are useful for getting healthy, white teeth, controlling plaque, and reducing gum inflammation.

The potent herbs like Nimba, Haritaki, Malaki, Bibitaki has powerful anti-microbial properties prevent moderate gingivitis.


How to Use it?

  • Using tooth powder is similar to brushing teeth with toothpaste. Simply wet your toothbrush and dip it into the powder or carefully squirt the powder onto a wet toothbrush. Brush teeth holding the brush at a 45-degree angle, thoroughly cleaning your teeth.

  • Alternatively, you can also apply this powder to your toothbrush and do brush as you do with your regular toothpaste. For gums, you should use your index finger for a gentle massage.

  • Then gargle and clean your mouth. Never forget to brush before going to bed at night.

Main Ingredients: Haritaki, Bibhitaki, Amalaki, Babul twak choorna, Bakul twak choorna , Khadir twak choorna, Kutaj twak choorna, Nimba twak choorna, Saindhav lavana, Karpura, Peperment arka.

Dant Manjan is available at KLES BM Kanakanwadi Ayurveda College, Shahapur or further information you may call 9886088826

Evidence-based Research:

Avinash Kadam1 , B. S. Prasad2 , Dilesh Bagadia3 , V. R. Hiremath4 Effect of Ayurvedic herbs on control of plaque and gingivitis: A randomized controlled trial. AYU | Oct-Dec 2011 | Vol. 32 | Issue

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