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post #46 of 53
Colgate Total, but they're all the same as long as you get used to the taste and they contain fluoride, basically.
post #47 of 53
I recently realized that all my whitnening toothpastes (was using Total with Whitening) have been making my teeth worse. I have some translucent spots, and the bleaching agents were making those spots even more translucent and uneven. So after my friend pointed out my spots were worse since he met me, I did some research and switched to an enamel restoring toothpaste by Arm & Hammer:

http://www.drugstore.com/products/pr...59&catid=15481

I also considered Pronamel. But I have to say, after only a few days of the switch and my teeth feel way cleaner and look more even. The baking soda is also supposed to help neutralize acid from juices and soda that would contribute to enamel degradation, I don't drink those too much though. Not sure how much faith there is to this whole Liquid Calcium thing, but my teeth look better so I recommend it to anyone with similar translucent problems in their teeth.
post #48 of 53
I picked up Colgate Total a few weeks ago and hated it... it dried my mouth and throat out horribly and made my tongue and teeth feel like they had a film on them, gross shit. I am either gonna try the arm and hammer that some have mentioned on here or order some of that Italian shit from drugstore.com.
post #49 of 53
I find that the Listerine Whitening mouthwash before brushing actually whitens my teeth more than any of the toothpastes.

I like Denblan, but it is pricey. I often use Tom's of Maine, my requirements are fluoride but no SLS.
post #50 of 53
Chinese antifreeze with tartar control.
post #51 of 53
Rembrandt Sensitive for Cankersores with Whitening If anyone gets cankersores when using the more harsh toothpaste brands out there, you might want to give this a try. My gums and lips are sensitive to Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (found in almost every single brand of toothpaste) which leads to cakersores.
post #52 of 53
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Rembrandt Sensitive for Cankersores with Whitening

If anyone gets cankersores when using the more harsh toothpaste brands out there, you might want to give this a try. My gums and lips are sensitive to Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (found in almost every single brand of toothpaste) which leads to cakersores.

Tom's of Maine doesn't have SLS, neither does Denblan. I think on of the Trader Joe's toothpastes also doesn't have it.
post #53 of 53
I used sensodyne
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