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I'm a dentist. The information you are spreading is dangerous and will lead to many people having cavities that they may not otherwise have. Some people can use toothpaste with no fluoride and not get cavities. Hell, some people could not brush for years and not get cavities. That doesn't mean fluoride won't help the general population reduce their RISK of cavities. There was a lady who smoked and drank and lived past 100. That doesn't mean you feed alcohol to everyone and expect the same result.

Stop it.

For the non idiots...

SLS is fine for most people. Some may have SLS sensitivity (sloughing of mucosa, redness, irritation) that will stop once you stop the toothpaste. It's not common but if it happens it's not the end of the world. It's in a lot of stuff. Find one that doens't have it if you are one of the people who don't respond well to it. Sheesh.
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LOL. Did you read it?

"Choi and senior author Philippe Grandjean, adjunct professor of environmental health at HSPH, and their colleagues collated the epidemiological studies of children exposed to fluoride from drinking water. The China National Knowledge Infrastructure database also was included to locate studies published in Chinese journals. They then analyzed possible associations with IQ measures in more than 8,000 children of school age; all but one study suggested that high fluoride content in water may negatively affect cognitive development."

This isn't about toothpaste or surface/mucosa contact. It's about systemic fluoride. Yes, drinking too much fluoride is bad for you. Drinking too much water is also bad for you. Don't letl your kids have water either.

If you mix a tube of toothpaste with your water and force your kids to drink it everyday, yes they will be dumb. Or they may be dumb from your genes. Go read the actual papers because yes, I've done my own research.
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Does everyone just link me articles that prove my point? Here's a blip from your article.

"You might think, then, that fluoridated water's efficacy as a cavity preventer would be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. But new research suggests that assumption is dramatically misguided; while using fluoridated toothpaste has been proven to be good for oral health, consuming fluoridated water may have no positive impact."
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Woha..too many chemicals
What you mean?? What is the alternative for kids which doesn't have too many chemicals.?
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What you mean?? What is the alternative for kids which doesn't have too many chemicals.?
Tide Pods
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Is the strawberry supposed to deter kids from swallowing it?
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What you mean?? What is the alternative for kids which doesn't have too many chemicals.?
Google "natural toothpaste for kids"
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Is the strawberry supposed to deter kids from swallowing it?
I think that kid toothpaste is safe to swallow, if it happens.
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I think that kid toothpaste is safe to swallow, if it happens.
it's a similar formula as regular toothpaste but flavored as strawberries. Toothpaste itself isn't harmful in the amount used for one or two brushings but it's not ideal to consume more than residual amounts after a light rinse on the regular.
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I think that kid toothpaste is safe to swallow, if it happens.
Ingesting too much flouride can upset their stomach
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Ingesting too much flouride can upset their stomach
I didn't say give them the tube and turn them loose! If they inadvertently swallow some, supposedly it's safer than swallowing adult toothpaste. They still need to be monitored. Lol
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Stick with toms or any sls ,fluoride free toothpaste.
This one has
Sodium Fluoride, Sorbitol, Water, Hydrated Silica, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Trisodium Phosphate, Flavor, Sodium Phosphate, Cellulose Gum, Carbomer, Sodium Saccharin, Red 40.
Holy crap @ your history of thumbs-downs
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I didn't say give them the tube and turn them loose! If they inadvertently swallow some, supposedly it's safer than swallowing adult toothpaste. They still need to be monitored. Lol
I didn't say that you said any of those things... I was just sharing what I know. While I'm at it, if your kid dumps salt in their mouth they will get salt poisoning and vomit all over. I learned that the hard way but you'd likely never guess that just like you may not guess that just like you may not guess that flouride will upset stomachs... You're so defensive... we're all just learning. Chill...
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A good toothpaste that works well. Parents have been using it for years and guess what, their kids are fine. It's not a snack. They're just brushing their teeth.
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