Toothpaste Adventures: The Incredible Collecting Dentist

Toothpaste adventures: dentist collectionA dentist in Michigan will be granted the Guinness World Record for the largest toothpaste collection in the world.

Russian-born Dr. Val Kolpakov’s collection includes a stunning 1800 toothpastes and tooth powders from across the globe. Here are some of the more unusual types he’s gathered:

  • Hazelnut Chocolate Toothpaste gift set from Italy
  • Scotch Whiskey 6 Proof Toothpaste
  • “Breath Palette” toothpaste in 31 flavors including: Indian Curry, Cola, Cafe au Lait, Sweet Salt, Pineapple, Green Tea, Honey, Kiwi Fruit, Bitter Chocolate, Caramel, Pumpkin Pudding, Fresh Yogurt, and Lavender
  • World War II era toothpaste Doramad, containing an active radioactive compound. “During those times, some people believed that radiation can revive dead tissues and that radioactive toothpaste can revive your gums,” explains the dentist.

The dentist, a denture specialist, displays part of his collection at his denture clinic.

His toothpaste collection spans centuries and includes dental care samples from across the world. He’s particularly fond of unusual flavors, mis-printed tubes, and historical samples.

Good luck trying to find a dentist who knows more about toothpastes! Read more about the toothpaste collection or visit the doctor’s “Toothpaste World” website

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