Colgate® Prevident

Colgate® PreviDent®

5000 ppm high fluoride toothpaste

Helps reverse the tooth decay process
at the earliest stage before it can become a cavity

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How it works

Proven to help treat caries!

Colgate® PreviDent® 5000 ppm is a high strength fluoride formula to help protect against tooth decay, cavities, enamel erosion and acid wear.

Explore our range of specialized products, a portfolio designed for different patient needs!


PreviDent® 5000 ppm Booster Plus, 100 mL

  • Helps reverse early cavities and prevent them from recurring

  • Helps repair early damage on the tooth’s surface that leads to cavities

  • Specially formulated to release more fluoride and penetrate the enamel surface


Prevident 5000ppm Booster Plus 100ml
Prevident® 5000ppm Sensitive 100ml


PreviDent® 5000 ppm Sensitive, 100 mL

  • Proven *24/7 round the clock protection against sensitivity

  • Reduces the pain of sensitive teeth (in as little as 2 weeks)

  • High strength fluoride formula to help protect against cavities and enamel erosion

Prevident® 5000ppm Dry Mouth 100ml


PreviDent® 5000 ppm Dry Mouth, 100 mL

  • SLS Free formula - designed for dry mouth sufferers

  • Helps protect against future density loss

Prevident® 5000ppm kids 100ml


PreviDent® 5000 ppm Kids, 100 mL

  • Helps to reverse early stage cavities

  • High strength fluoride toothpaste for those at higher risk for decay

  • Kid-friendly fruitilicious flavour

Prevident® 5000ppm Plus Spearmint 39ml


PreviDent® 5000 ppm Plus, 39 mL

  • Protects teeth from acid wear

  • Helps reverse the tooth decay process at the earliest stage before it can become a cavity

  • Available in great-tasting Spearmint and Fruitastic flavours

What are the stages of tooth decay?

Bleeding gums

White Spot

White spots are the earliest visible stage of decay. This early stage of decay is reversible.

Swollen gums

Early Enamel Decay

Left untreated, the area may continue to break down, resulting in early enamel decay.

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Dentin Decay

At this stage, restoring the tooth with a filling is often necessary. After a filling is placed, it is important to take excellent care of your teeth to help minimize the risk of further decay.

Receding gums

Infected Pulp & Abscess

If decay is left untreated, the infected pulp can cause an abscess to form. An abscess is an infection that requires immediate treatment. In some cases, root canal treatment is necessary.

Any of these factors can increase your risk of decay. A combination may increase your risk from moderate to high.

  • Eating or Drinking Sugary Foods and Drinks

  • Poor Plaque Control

  • Orthodontic or Removable Appliances

  • Crowns or Bridges

  • Exposed Root Surfaces

  • Medications that Reduce Saliva Flow

  • Dry Mouth Induced by Medical Conditions

    • Such as Cancer Treatment
  • Infrequent Dental Visits

  • Your Cavity History

  • 1-2 New Cavities or Fillings in the Last

    36 Months (Moderate Risk)

    3 or More Cavities or Fillings in the Last

    36 Months (High Risk)