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what brand of toothpaste do you use?

  1. #16
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    No tooth paste in over 35 years. We use baking soda and a four times a months brush with hydrogen peroxide.

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    Colgate Total, one of Australia's most popular toothpastes, has come under international scrutiny over health concerns connected with one of its active ingredients, triclosan.

    The toothpaste contains 0.3 per cent of the ingredient, the maximum level before it must be declared a poison by the Australian department of health

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    We've been using Aquafresh cavity protection toothpaste for years now, my husband really likes it. For the past year or so though, I've been using my own Sensodyne Fresh Mint toothpaste also since I've been using my electric toothbrush in conjunction with the regular brush. My gums have been slowly receding and there's some sensitivity with the rotating electric head. Once in a blue moon I'll brush with coconut oil.

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    I think that it was about 20 years ago that my daughter told me to use Crest. I have done so ever since.

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    I'm not keen on mint flavoured ones, so I use Euthymol.
    We're not here for a long time. We're here for a good time

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    Speaking of toothpaste.

    Just reminiscing, I remember these Hynos toothpaste billboards were just about everywhere in Vietnam.....in my almost six years there I can't recall ever trying it.





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    It's the cheap one, whatever one that is. When I get a minute I'll go back to the bathroom and see what it says on the tube.
    "Some velvet morning when I'm straight"

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    OK. I looked. It's Pepsodent. I just go with the cheapest toothpaste. Where I splurge is on floss. I like the waxed stuff that's thick and flat like a ribbon. I like the way it slides easily between my teeth and doesn't get frayed up.
    "Some velvet morning when I'm straight"

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    Colgate

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    Aquafresh

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    Has a dentist ever said to you, "My God have you been using Colgate?!" Just brush thoroughly and often and get cleanings annually because now they use a laser to kill bacteria inside your gums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trade View Post
    Where I splurge is on floss. I like the waxed stuff that's thick and flat like a ribbon. I like the way it slides easily between my teeth and doesn't get frayed up.
    We've been using that floss too, Crest Glide, much better than the thin ribbon floss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaBreeze View Post
    We've been using that floss too, Crest Glide, much better than the thin ribbon floss.
    That is very true

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    I dislike mint flavored toothpastes and really mint flavored anything (gum, mints, mouthwash, etc.) so that limits my choices. I like Tom's of Maine Cinnamon and Clove flavor. Also Marvis, an Italian import, has several non-mint flavors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary O' View Post
    Colgate for me too
    Just because of the handy flip cap
    We do have the generic Listerine, but that's mostly for cuts and such
    Cheap rotgut whiskey has been a great mouthwash for me, and good for cuts.....and parties (in a Crown Royal jug....heh heh)
    I hope you are not spitting after "treatment"!

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