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I get the version without fluoride. Not because it scares me, but because my toddler likes to eat the toothpaste off the brush before brushing teeth. Once she's done swallowing toothpaste, I'll switch to fluoride. Keep use in mind to determine which you trust your little ones with.
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Nice to see they joined the fluoride bandwagon.
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Ahooooo Toms with fluoride ? Scandal!
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I get the version without fluoride. Not because it scares me, but because my toddler likes to eat the toothpaste off the brush before brushing teeth. Once she's done swallowing toothpaste, I'll switch to fluoride. Keep use in mind to determine which you trust your little ones with.
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My 3.5 year old just switch from this to the fluoride version based on his dentist recommendation. Now I just need to get him to stop eating it.
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Fluoride is carcinogenic...i switched my family to a natural one
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Nice to see they joined the fluoride bandwagon.
flouride I can understand...but SLS (sulfates)....I guess that's what happens when you get acquired by big corporations (colgate) and profit is more important than founding company values...
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flouride I can understand...but SLS (sulfates)....I guess that's what happens when you get acquired by big corporations (colgate) and profit is more important than founding company values...
Yah..couldnt agree more...sad.
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Sodium monofluorophosphate is no replacement for Sodium Fluoride, which is the ONLY proven active ingredient that has been shown to remineralize teeth. this is just an example of the many ways NaF is superior https://www.dentalcare.com/en-us/...ive-agents

https://www.researchgate.net/publ...ooth_Decay
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In 2006, a controlling 84% stake in Tom's of Maine was purchased by Colgate-Palmolive for US$100,000,000;[5] the Chappells own the remaining sixteen percent. The terms of the purchase stipulate that the policies and company culture of the Tom's of Maine brand will be retained.
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Fluoride is carcinogenic...i switched my family to a natural one
Just about everything on this planet is. Fluoride is also naturally occurring in various levels in natural water sources,
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People really still use fluoride toothpaste? Amazing!
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