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Promoted 08-28-2016 by longmanj9 at 07:38 AM View Original Post
Amazon has 2-Pack 3.5oz Crest Pro-Health Advanced Extra Deep Clean Toothpaste  on sale for $3.24 after "clipping" $1.50 off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checking out via subscribe & save. Shipping is free. Thanks ihave2boxers

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Edited August 28, 2016 at 06:29 AM by annie930ny
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Actually, the sodium hexametaphosphate (SHMP) in Crest ProHealth eliminates any potential stain caused by stannous fluoride. Your staining was more likely caused by the CPC in the Crest ProHealth Rinse if you were using that. I have recommended Crest ProHealth toothpaste to many of my patients and have not had any evidence of staining related to the product (the rinse is another story). I have used the toothpaste myself for years and I can personally report that staining has not been an issue.
I like your string theory, but for me, toothpaste is more about avoiding black holes.
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There are only two things that matter in toothpaste: abrasives and fluoride. Otherwise they are all the same. There is some evidence of a small benefit with Triclosan, but there may be risks with that additive that make it not worth it, in my opinion. Just buy the cheap stuff. Everything else is pure marketing. Source- discussions with the dental faculty at my medical school.

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Causes weird "strings" in your mouth. Check out the reviews! Good price, but bad toothpaste.
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Causes weird "strings" in your mouth. Check out the reviews! Good price, but bad toothpaste.
That's true , it's a good price but it will leave you with receding gums over time. Those strings are probably parts of your deteriorating gums.
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There are only two things that matter in toothpaste: abrasives and fluoride. Otherwise they are all the same. There is some evidence of a small benefit with Triclosan, but there may be risks with that additive that make it not worth it, in my opinion. Just buy the cheap stuff. Everything else is pure marketing. Source- discussions with the dental faculty at my medical school.
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Quote from rezound View Post :
Causes weird "strings" in your mouth. Check out the reviews! Good price, but bad toothpaste.

Hmm. thx 4 pointing that out. I ordered a set but may now cancel the order.
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Went with this in light of the reviews:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...ref=plSrch

Better deal per oz.
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Quote from basson08 View Post :
That's true , it's a good price but it will leave you with receding gums over time. Those strings are probably parts of your deteriorating gums.
I like your string theory, but for me, toothpaste is more about avoiding black holes.
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No Triclosan in Crest. Crest Pro-Health does contain stannous fluoride which is superior to more commonly used (and cheaper) sodium fluoride.
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This is actually one of the best toothpastes I had used, the freshness is much better than any other one I used.
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No Triclosan in Crest. Crest Pro-Health does contain stannous fluoride which is superior to more commonly used (and cheaper) sodium fluoride.
Truth!
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Walmart has it for $3 all day. What's good about this deal?
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3.5 oz seems really small - most retail tubes are 5 to 6 oz..
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Walmart has it for $3 all day. What's good about this deal?
People hate going to Walmart.
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3.5 oz? They're getting smaller and smaller..
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