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Just in case any are unaware... As a dentist, I have to recommend that you DO NOT use this toothpaste. It has no fluoride (no the government is not using it to control your mind). Fluoride is the #1 reason to use toothpaste in terms of cavity prevention, and actually works to reduce sensitivity itself. Without fluoride, there is almost no reason to use toothpaste in general besides slight abrasiveness for whitening, and in this case, sensitivity.
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As a second dentist, I concur with leitr89. Please do not use this product. Non-flouride toothpaste is a placebo, which does not help fighting dental cavities.
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What's your background? Please stop with the misinformation. You're my typical patient coming in with the mouth-full of cavities and still refuse flouride toothpaste.

Our ancestors had a life span of 30 or 40, they died before their teeth got broken, People nowadays live to the 80s and most would experience dental problem when they approach 50
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Thanks. I had beauty credit that applied to this order.
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There was a 4 pack for this price. I missed that deal
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Just in case any are unaware... As a dentist, I have to recommend that you DO NOT use this toothpaste. It has no fluoride (no the government is not using it to control your mind). Fluoride is the #1 reason to use toothpaste in terms of cavity prevention, and actually works to reduce sensitivity itself. Without fluoride, there is almost no reason to use toothpaste in general besides slight abrasiveness for whitening, and in this case, sensitivity.
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Just in case any are unaware... As a dentist, I have to recommend that you DO NOT use this toothpaste. It has no fluoride (no the government is not using it to control your mind). Fluoride is the #1 reason to use toothpaste in terms of cavity prevention, and actually works to reduce sensitivity itself. Without fluoride, there is almost no reason to use toothpaste in general besides slight abrasiveness for whitening, and in this case, sensitivity.
Do you recommend any brand? Sometimes my gum is bleeding when i brush my teeth.
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Do you recommend any brand? Sometimes my gum is bleeding when i brush my teeth.
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Hah, thats what I use, thanks for the info!!!
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Just in case any are unaware... As a dentist, I have to recommend that you DO NOT use this toothpaste. It has no fluoride (no the government is not using it to control your mind). Fluoride is the #1 reason to use toothpaste in terms of cavity prevention, and actually works to reduce sensitivity itself. Without fluoride, there is almost no reason to use toothpaste in general besides slight abrasiveness for whitening, and in this case, sensitivity.
As a second dentist, I concur with leitr89. Please do not use this product. Non-flouride toothpaste is a placebo, which does not help fighting dental cavities.
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Just in case any are unaware... As a dentist, I have to recommend that you DO NOT use this toothpaste. It has no fluoride (no the government is not using it to control your mind). Fluoride is the #1 reason to use toothpaste in terms of cavity prevention, and actually works to reduce sensitivity itself. Without fluoride, there is almost no reason to use toothpaste in general besides slight abrasiveness for whitening, and in this case, sensitivity.
There is some scientific evidence that fluroide is neuro toxin
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Do you recommend any brand? Sometimes my gum is bleeding when i brush my teeth.
Sometimes bleeding is due to hard brushing habit. I used to brush very hard in the past and bleed often. Also eroded gum line. Now I use sonicare brush and it helped. If you don't have gum issues, try changing your brushing habit/style.
PS: I am not a Dentist ;-)
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would try it.
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There is some scientific evidence that fluroide is neuro toxin
So is any amount of fluoride safe and isn't it in the water?
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Do you recommend any brand? Sometimes my gum is bleeding when i brush my teeth.
You might have an issue beyond toothpaste. You might have skipped a dental appt and need to make one soon. You may lose your jaw in worst case scenario (not incl. death, of course)
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