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post #31 of 53
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Originally Posted by pg600rr View Post
bmpin old thread, what is the name of that red toothpaste? saw it in a gq mag or somewhere, looked old school but had a good write up.


Euthymol

http://www.bigelowchemists.com/produ...roducts_id/385

I use Marvis - It's worth $9 per tube IMHO

http://www.drugstore.com:80/products...rxp3=2&trxp4=2
post #32 of 53
I like Marvis for when I wake up after getting shitfaced and smoking half a pack of cigarettes. All other mornings I use Tom's of Maine.
post #33 of 53
Crest Prohealth sucks ass. taste so bad.

I'm a Colgate Total man thru and thru.
post #34 of 53
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Originally Posted by matt22616 View Post
I like Marvis for when I wake up after getting shitfaced and smoking half a pack of cigarettes.


haha I can relate.
post #35 of 53
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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post
Crest Prohealth sucks ass. taste so bad.

I'm a Colgate Total man thru and thru.

+1 Colgate Total.
post #36 of 53
Just started using the new Iso-active Sensodyne. Kinda like it. I like Marvis' flavor but I need the sensitive stuff.
post #37 of 53
Crest Prohealth
post #38 of 53
Wasnt there some kind of hubbub a year or so back about Crest ProHealth products staining teeth?
post #39 of 53
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Originally Posted by sonick View Post
+1 Colgate Total.

+2
post #40 of 53
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Originally Posted by Korben View Post
Just started using the new Iso-active Sensodyne. Kinda like it. I like Marvis' flavor but I need the sensitive stuff.

I just started using Aquafresh Iso-active toothpaste. My doc needed me to switch to the iso-active stuff in preparation for my dental implant surgery.

Based on how fresh my mouth feels after using this stuff, I'd say their claim that it kills 3 times the bacteria as ordinary toothpaste has some merit. It feels like you're brushing your teeth with foaming mouthwash. Love it. As for it's teeth whitening function... I haven't noticed anything.
post #41 of 53
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Originally Posted by AintDatRite View Post
Apparently, the correct answer is 'none'. Dentists are finding a lot of toothpaste is extremely abrasive; however, it tastes good so people will brush longer... and they end up damaging the enamel on their teeth. The study said the affects look like the teeth were 'sandblasted' and they were recommending using very little toothpaste, if any.

Yeah, I remember something about that. All the arm and hammer stuff with baking soda was pretty bad. Straight baking soda will turn your teeth grey after many years. I think Toms of Main and Sensodyne were pretty gentle.

I use sensodyne. I have sensative teeth as is, which is made worse by a particular tooth that has a receeding gum line. It's not visable, but I really should have it corrected. I just need to wait for a week where it wont be too much of a push up to be in pain and taste nothing by my own blood .

Sensitivity aside, Aquafreash Extreme Clean leaves my teeth feeling the most clean.
post #42 of 53
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Originally Posted by snailone View Post
therabreath... seriously the best stuff out there. I use their toothpaste, mouthwash and zox breathmints and my breath has never been fresher. no cavities as of late either

i started out with the trial kit for like 10 bucks... comes with everything. try walgreens or walmart or whatever they have in your neck of the woods. tried it for a week and never went back to "regular toothpaste" ie colgate, crest etc etc.

Also, if any of you guys get tonsil stones.. those little white balls that you cough up every once in a while that stink like the plague... therabreath has absolutely gotten rid of them for me. I haven't had one since i started using it.

Definitely therabreath. I've been using it since 2005 and it gets rid of sore throats and the common cold. I've still gotten the flu tough but the times I have gotten a cold I was brushing with something else or skipped brushing a few days.

Off track but his mouthwash is also a great deodorizer. People cutting garlic/onions just splash on their hands and it kills the smell. I've touched stinky stuff, let it sit a few seconds and the smell is gone. Mythbusters need to use it on skunk smell. I bet it gets it out right away.
post #43 of 53
Spry Dental Defense - good taste, no fluoride and no sugar. It's fresh, works well and not too sweet.

K
post #44 of 53
I use fucking Gleem because I like the packaging.
post #45 of 53
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Originally Posted by Casey View Post
I use Arm & Hammer, I'm quite pleased with it.

I use it too.
I really enjoyed this paste
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