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No, the article you posted concludes clearly that fluoridated is better for preventing cavities than non-fluoridated:

"AUTHORS' CONCLUSIONS:

This Cochrane Review supports the benefits of using fluoride toothpaste in preventing caries when compared to non-fluoride toothpaste. "


The part that the article concludes is still varying in possible cost / benefit is the varying levels of flouride concentrations among fluoridated toothpastes.

Thanks for posting an actual scientific study by trained researchers instead of anecdotal 'facebook' news.

But regardless of the study, there is a deal here on whichever variety that people prefer, so that's a good thing.

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hm, verdict is still out on whether using non-fluoride toothpaste is good or detrimental to stronger teeth?

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30829399
No, the article you posted concludes clearly that fluoridated is better for preventing cavities than non-fluoridated:

"AUTHORS' CONCLUSIONS:

This Cochrane Review supports the benefits of using fluoride toothpaste in preventing caries when compared to non-fluoride toothpaste. "


The part that the article concludes is still varying in possible cost / benefit is the varying levels of flouride concentrations among fluoridated toothpastes.

Thanks for posting an actual scientific study by trained researchers instead of anecdotal 'facebook' news.

But regardless of the study, there is a deal here on whichever variety that people prefer, so that's a good thing.

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I like Tom's simply because it doesn't have some of the questionable ingredients of other brands, flouride or no
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No, the article you posted concludes clearly that fluoridated is better for preventing cavities than non-fluoridated:

"AUTHORS' CONCLUSIONS:

This Cochrane Review supports the benefits of using fluoride toothpaste in preventing caries when compared to non-fluoride toothpaste. "


The part that the article concludes is still varying in possible cost / benefit is the varying levels of flouride concentrations among fluoridated toothpastes.

Thanks for posting an actual scientific study by trained researchers instead of anecdotal 'facebook' news.

But regardless of the study, there is a deal here on whichever variety that people prefer, so that's a good thing.

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yes, i know this. I was countering the question with the evidence to the contrary.

basically pre-empting numerous posts back and forth.
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I like Tom's simply because it doesn't have some of the questionable ingredients of other brands, flouride or no
does it? i thought it still had sucralose or some fake sugar in it

i just want a regular toothpaste that has a little fluoride and doesnt have fake sugar in it.
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does it? i thought it still had sucralose or some fake sugar in it

i just want a regular toothpaste that has a little fluoride and doesnt have fake sugar in it.
I use Tom's Mint and it doesn't have sucralose. I think it may have a little bit of Stevia but the toothpaste isn't sweet. It's just a pure mint sensation. The flavor comes from extracts if peppermint and such. Leaves my mouth feeling much better than these sweetened toothpastes
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Toms has been owned by Colgate (largest toothpaste co in world) for years, so beware of paying higher prices for marketing fluff that makes you think the product is somehow "better" (therapeutically, safeness, environmentally, or otherwise).
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I use Tom's Mint and it doesn't have sucralose. I think it may have a little bit of Stevia but the toothpaste isn't sweet. It's just a pure mint sensation. The flavor comes from extracts if peppermint and such. Leaves my mouth feeling much better than these sweetened toothpastes
bleh stevia
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bleh stevia
Can't please them all. I gave you the info you wanted Bottom line is it doesn't taste like you're eating a dessert. It just feels refreshing like chewing on an actual mint leaf.
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Toms has been owned by Colgate (largest toothpaste co in world) for years, so beware of paying higher prices for marketing fluff that makes you think the product is somehow "better" (therapeutically, safeness, environmentally, or otherwise).
I'm not going to sit here and argue this because I honestly don't care, but Tom's tastes better than any other brand I've tried so that alone makes me pick it.
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Toms has been owned by Colgate (largest toothpaste co in world) for years, so beware of paying higher prices for marketing fluff that makes you think the product is somehow "better" (therapeutically, safeness, environmentally, or otherwise).
Yes this is true but I buy it because it doesn't have artificial coloring like the crest kids sparkle they were using before, plus it is still fluoridated and ADA accepted.
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Can't please them all. I gave you the info you wanted Bottom line is it doesn't taste like you're eating a dessert. It just feels refreshing like chewing on an actual mint leaf.
no worries, wasnt asking you to please me, just annoyed about the proliferation of usage of sucralose, stevia, xylitol, aspartame etc.

so hard to even find gum nowadays w/ just sugar

this isn't about a concern of health with these artificial sugars for me, i just dont like the way they taste.
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I like Tom's simply because it doesn't have some of the questionable ingredients of other brands, flouride or no
Definitely better than most, but Glycerin and SLS are still not great. Recommend Spry kid's if ingredients are a concern https://www.amazon.com/Xlear-Toot...B00MV432N0
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