National Geographic : 1923 Nov
Ten Days Bring surprises when you combat the film Make this test Here is a test which will be a revelation to you. It has brought to millions the glis tening teeth you see everywhere today. Ask for it and watch the results. They will amaze and delight you. Why teeth discolor That viscous film you feel on teeth is what hides their luster. Much of it clings and stays. Soon it becomes discolored, then it forms dingy coats which brushing does not effectively remove. Film also holds food substance which fer ments and forms acid. It holds the acid in contact with the teeth to cause decay. Germs breed by millions in it. They, with tartar, are the chief cause of pyorrhea. Few escape these film-caused troubles under old way methods. Dental science has found two ways to ef fectively fight that film. One acts to disin tegrate the film at all stages of formation. One removes it without harmful scouring. REG.U.S. The New-Day Dentifrice Now advised by leading dentists the world over After many tests, these methods were em bodied in a new-type tooth paste. The name is Pepsodent. Now careful people of some 50 nations employ it daily, largely by dental advice. No harshness Some results are quickly seen and felt. No one can doubt their benefits. But Pepsodent also multiplies the alka linity of the saliva and multiplies its starch digestant. Those are Nature's agents for fighting acid and starch deposits on the teeth. Every use of Pepsodent gives them manifold effect. Thus Pepsodent protects the precious en amel in natural and gentle ways, and with out any harmful scouring. Make this ten-day test. Note how clean the teeth feel after using. Mark the absence of the viscous film. See how teeth become whiter as the cloudy coats disappear. This is vastly important to you and your family. Cut out coupon now. 10-Day Tube Free THE PEPSODENT COMPANY, Dept. 328, 1104 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill. Mail 10-Day Tube of Pepsodent to Only one tube to a family Protect the Enamel Pepsodent disintegrates the film, then removes it with an agent far softer than enamel. Never use a film combatant which contains harsh grit.