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RDA

What is RDA?

Relative Dentine Abrasivity

RDA is an Index describing the abrasiveness of toothpastes.

Abrasiveness means the degree of scrubbing of the tooth enamel, which occurs during mechanical cleaning. The higher the index number the more abrasive is the toothpaste on the tooth enamel. Higher abrasiveness increases the risk of scratching the tooth enamel, ultimately causing tooth sensitivity.

What is the strength of our toothpastes?

The strength of our toothpastes lies in active ingredients and natural components, especially natural enzyme ‘Glucose Oxidase’, which instead of mechanical cleaning dissolves discolourations, without damaging the tooth enamel.

For a better idea we have created the following RDA index:

Very low abrasiveness, suitable for sensitive teeth

Low abrasiveness, suitable for everyday use

Medium abrasiveness, suitable for everyday use

High abrasiveness, suitable for smokers toothpastes

RDA 5

RDA 5

RDA 7

RDA 9

RDA 9

RDA 10

RDA 10

RDA 13

RDA 139