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3-Pack 4.1oz. Crest Gum Detoxify Deep Clean Toothpaste EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 3-Pack 4.1oz. Crest Gum Detoxify Deep Clean Toothpaste on sale for $8.30 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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  5. Your total should be $8.29 + free shipping with prime
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  • Use Crest Gum Detoxify Deep Clean Toothpaste for clinically proven healthier gums
  • Neutralizes plaque bacteria, even around the gum line to fight gingivitis
  • Activated foam seeks out plaque bacteria in hard to reach places
  • Gently cools gums during and after brushing

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There are different forms of Fluoride; this toothpaste uses Stannous Fluoride which has stronger antimicrobial properties versus the Sodium Fluoride used in most formulations. As the previous poster mentioned, long term use of Stannous fluoride has the risk of staining teeth, though using this for a month or two at a time would be extremely unlikely to cause any staining unless you're straight up eating the tubes.
My dentist told me to stay away from toothpaste containing stannous fluoride because it stains teeth. This stuff has it.

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My dentist told me to stay away from toothpaste containing stannous fluoride because it stains teeth. This stuff has it.
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Bought this last time it was a deal. Surprised that for a "specialized" toothpaste that the only active ingredient is fluoride. Since regular cheap toothpaste has fluoride, I'm unsure what makes this specially good for gum detoxify over regular toothpaste?
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Bought this last time it was a deal. Surprised that for a "specialized" toothpaste that the only active ingredient is fluoride. Since regular cheap toothpaste has fluoride, I'm unsure what makes this specially good for gum detoxify over regular toothpaste?
There are different forms of Fluoride; this toothpaste uses Stannous Fluoride which has stronger antimicrobial properties versus the Sodium Fluoride used in most formulations. As the previous poster mentioned, long term use of Stannous fluoride has the risk of staining teeth, though using this for a month or two at a time would be extremely unlikely to cause any staining unless you're straight up eating the tubes.
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My dentist told me to stay away from toothpaste containing stannous fluoride because it stains teeth. This stuff has it.
Ehh makes my teeth nice and white. Wonder the logic behind that, not that I doubt it but just saying it doesn't/hasn't stained mine. Just made them whiter 🤷🏻 ♂️
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There are different forms of Fluoride; this toothpaste uses Stannous Fluoride which has stronger antimicrobial properties versus the Sodium Fluoride used in most formulations. As the previous poster mentioned, long term use of Stannous fluoride has the risk of staining teeth, though using this for a month or two at a time would be extremely unlikely to cause any staining unless you're straight up eating the tubes.
May be an idea would be to alternate each day between this and regular toothpaste Dontknow
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Last year during the pandemic I quit smoking after 15 years. Areas of my gums have turned a little darker versus the red healthy gums I had once before. Would this toothpaste help with that?
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My dentist told me to stay away from toothpaste containing stannous fluoride because it stains teeth. This stuff has it.
What toothpaste do you use?
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Ehh makes my teeth nice and white. Wonder the logic behind that, not that I doubt it but just saying it doesn't/hasn't stained mine. Just made them whiter 🤷🏻 ♂️
I don't know the science behind it, but have experienced the staining with these pro gum toothpaste (not the exact same one) and was told the same thing as capncrunch. I switched and staining went away.
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What toothpaste do you use?
I use Arm & Hammer PeroxiCare at my dentist's recommendation. They also recommend Colgate Optic White.
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My dentist told me to stay away from toothpaste containing stannous fluoride because it stains teeth. This stuff has it.
My understanding is that all the initial toothpaste products containing stannous fluoride had the teeth staining problem. However, the problem has largely been addressed with new formulations and is no longer a concern if buying a stannous fluoride containing toothpaste from a reputable brand.

This toothpaste noticeable foams much better than regular. I didn't realize it at first until I used regular toothpaste after having brushed with this for a while, major difference
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My dentist told me to stay away from toothpaste containing stannous fluoride because it stains teeth. This stuff has it.
Stannous fluoride is better against bacteria that cause gum disease
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There are different forms of Fluoride; this toothpaste uses Stannous Fluoride which has stronger antimicrobial properties versus the Sodium Fluoride used in most formulations. As the previous poster mentioned, long term use of Stannous fluoride has the risk of staining teeth, though using this for a month or two at a time would be extremely unlikely to cause any staining unless you're straight up eating the tubes.
I posted this back in March on a different thread, but I'll copy it here since it's relevant again for price comparison.

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But how is this different than other toothpastes with stannous fluoride, including those by the same brand? E.g. a Crest Pro Health 3-pack is pretty under half the price per ounce ($5.39 for 3 larger-sized with subscribe & save) with similar-sized amounts. The ingredients seem to be the same with the exception that the "Pro Health" line of toothpaste also has Blue 1 for dye/coloring and more Sodium Hydroxide compared to Sodium Saccharin.

Link for reference: https://www.amazon.com/Crest-Pro-...73&sr=8-15
The price on the Pro Health toothpaste has gone up a bit as it's now $6.34 and the deal is slightly better this time around than last ($8.30 vs $9.25 last time), but the rest of it is still applicable.
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My dentist told me to stay away from toothpaste containing stannous fluoride because it stains teeth. This stuff has it.
Me & the wife aren't sure advantage this has. Now that you mention it, they were commenting on teeth staining at my last appt!!
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