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Tooth enamel loss

Discussion in 'Skeleton, Skin, Muscles, Hair, Teeth, and Nails' started by TheMoonIsBlue, May 29, 2012.

  1. Ai-Yai

    Ai-Yai Mad Genius

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    he-he. I'm just stating facts:
    you r - hairy,
    i am - hairy.
    So we can share a lot of interests. :lol:
     
  2. TheMoonIsBlue

    TheMoonIsBlue Senior Member

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    Hello!
    I think the most common allergan people have to toothpastes is the sodium lauryl sulfate. Most toothpastes have this ingredient unfortunately, but not all. I think most or all of the Tom's of Maine brand doesnt contain SLS.

    The ProNamel I started using I believe does NOT have SLS. It is more expensive though. They make a version for Kids. It does seem to be helping sensitivity so far, much more than other similar toothpastes I have tried.I think they do something to it so it has a neutral Ph?? In fact certain "senstive teeth" toothpastes I have tried made my teeth more sensitive!

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    I found a toothpaste with 31% xylitol gel I just ordered. I will report back on any improvement if there is any.
     
  3. Ai-Yai

    Ai-Yai Mad Genius

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    Xylitol is working as weak bacteriostatic agent.
    Not recommend to use it with strong bactericidal remedies the same time (such as tea tree oil for example).
     

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