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post #31 of 37
I can't stand the taste of Crest or other mainstream brands, but I found Tom's performed rather poorly. If I have to choose between not having cavities and not tasting Crest, I know which one's more important to me.
post #32 of 37
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Check!! The thing is, that at my age . . . I'm so lucky still to have all of my teeth, that I'm not so much worried about cavities. They don't seem to be too much on the horizon . . . gum disease, is more probable. But, flossing is supposed to be great, for that. Also, gargle with salt water, three times a day until you're ready to blow your brains, out. This, toughens your gums.
post #33 of 37
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Originally Posted by Arethusa
I can't stand the taste of Crest or other mainstream brands, but I found Tom's performed rather poorly. If I have to choose between not having cavities and not tasting Crest, I know which one's more important to me.


That's for the other orifice.
post #34 of 37
I'm actually reading a book on tooth health. According to the book, a lot of dentrifices on the market are very abrasive amd grind off the dentin and enamel. The book actually recommends Tom's by name.
post #35 of 37
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No kidding! That's good to know . . . I've had my teeth for 51 years . . . I'd like to keep them, just a little bit longer.
post #36 of 37
98 cents? I paid almost $5 for mine!
post #37 of 37
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Gotta check BIGLOTS!!
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