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Whitening toothpaste is abrasive and can wear away protective enamel. If you want to whiten use strips or professional treatment. Not toothpaste
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use charcoal like they did in Egypt and see how long your teeth last
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The challenge is finding toothpaste that is not whitening.
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Thanks OP. Good deal.
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Whitening toothpaste is abrasive and can wear away protective enamel. If you want to whiten use strips or professional treatment. Not toothpaste
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Whitening toothpaste is abrasive and can wear away protective enamel. If you want to whiten use strips or professional treatment. Not toothpaste
The challenge is finding toothpaste that is not whitening.
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The challenge is finding toothpaste that is not whitening.
use charcoal like they did in Egypt and see how long your teeth last
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My teeth greatly thank you. Great deal.
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Scientists have developed a method in the lab which replaces your enamel (which until hearing about this I don't believe that was possible). So pretty soon you won't have to worry about abrasive toothpaste.
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Repped! Thanks OP!
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I've used this brand for so long but last posts state that triclosin is not good to use in toothpaste. Any other recommendations?
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do Colgate still use material that cause cancer?
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Solid find
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This is only an add-on item?
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My orthodontist said that, even though abrasive toothpaste does remove enamel, our teeth have enamel to last us centuries, so it doesn't matter that we are lightly causing abrasion to it. But I haven't confirmed his claim.
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I've used this brand for so long but last posts state that triclosin is not good to use in toothpaste. Any other recommendations?
Triclosan is best avoided, as far as body contact is concerned. Its OK as an industrial disinfectant for washing surfaces and machinery.
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