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Nothing brings out all the dental experts, like a fluoride-free toothpaste post
In for natural cavities
Dentist, what's your position on mercury fillings? Are those still safe as your profession touted for many many years?

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My wife got some Fluoride-Free toothpaste from Trader Joes. Since when was fluoride considered not good for teeth? I grew up with every brand of toothpaste touting fluoride. Didn't they add fluoride to drinking water also. My wife also recently got some charcoal toothpaste that is black out the tube. Used to it now but the first couple times.....
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In for natural cavities
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Thanks OP. Needed a couple.
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Fluoride is not bad for you.. Buy this if you want cavities.
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If you don't want cavities just stop eating sugar.
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My wife got some Fluoride-Free toothpaste from Trader Joes. Since when was fluoride considered not good for teeth? I grew up with every brand of toothpaste touting fluoride. Didn't they add fluoride to drinking water also. My wife also recently got some charcoal toothpaste that is black out the tube. Used to it now but the first couple times.....
Fluoride is only effective for adolescents, and fluoride in water for poor adolescents. For everyone else the concern is that it causes your pituitary gland the crystalize and thus reduce your ability to meditate or transcend higher states of consciousness. Whether that's true I don't know but if you're an adult fluoride has no benefit, as per a large study conducted by the EU.
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Don't eat the fluoride and you'll be OK.
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Don't eat the fluoride and you'll be OK.
Exactly. It's like having LEAD in tuna/fish. Tuna and fish are HEALTHY for you but if you consume them too often you'll go into renal failure. Just don't eat the toothpaste. This is why we're taught to rinse thoroughly after brushing.
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If you don't want cavities just stop eating sugar.
Precisely. Thank the sugar industry for fluoride as the solution.
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